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Curiosity Takes It All In
08.08.2012

Curiosity Takes It All In

This is the first 360-degree panoramic view from NASA's Curiosity rover, taken with the Navigation cameras. Most of the tiles are thumbnails, or small copies of the full-resolution images, that have not been sent back to Earth yet. Two of the tiles near the center are full-resolution.

Mount Sharp is to the right, and the crater rim can be seen at center. The rover's body is in the foreground, with the shadow of its head, or mast, poking up to the right.

These images were acquired at 3:30pm on Mars, or the night of Aug. 7 PDT (early morning Aug. 8 EDT). Thumbnails are 64 by 64 pixels in size; and full-resolution images are 1024 by 1024 pixels.

Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech


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