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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:

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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

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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.

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