I would think it would send raw back. Processing the image before transmission seems like a waste of processing power and energy when you could do it just as easily on Earth, plus you can update the processing software more easily and troubleshoot
the image data without tying up the rover.
That’s just a guess.
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Anyone know if it sends RAW back, or de-Bayer/process first?