Zoom in and out on this panorama photographed by Curiosity. Check this out in fullscreen mode. © NASA, JPL-Caltech, MSSS
To worship the 3,000 Tuesdays of its rover, in even larger form, theOn the afternoon of November 18, 2020, at its 2,946th stadium, Rover released a panorama containing approximately 122 images taken separately. The final task is breathtaking, giving a glimpse of the abyss’s boundaries and the reliefs that border it to the north. On the right, we identify the robotic arm of Curiosity, in the background, ascending the summit of Sharp Mount (at an altitude of 5,500 meters).
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