We can only stare in awe at the amazing images we’re receiving from the Curiosity Rover on Mars. A wasteland of dust and sand, endless wide open spaces of nothing… These panoramas were stitched together from all the individual photos that Curiosity sends back. They give as a beautiful perspective of the work Curiosity is doing, and the absolute beauty of Mars.

Curiosity Rover Panorama Photos Amaze:


This self-portrait, composed of more than 50 images taken by Curiosity’s MAHLI camera on Feb. 3, 2013, shows the rover at the John Klein drill site. A drill hole is visible at bottom left.
CREDIT: NASA/JPL/MSSS/Marco Di Lorenzo/Ken Kremer


This panorama showing Curiosity at the John Klein drill site is composed of more than 20 images the rover took with its navigation cameras on March 23, 2013.
CREDIT: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Marco Di Lorenzo/Ken Kremer

The other two rovers on mars made the headlines recently when either Opportunity rover or Spirit Rover drew a Penis on Mars.