Curiosity Rover


NASA's latest mission to explore the surface of Mars. Roving the Red Planet since Aug. 5, 2012 (PDT) (Aug 6 UTC).

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Once more, without the clear dust cover. Here's the "fisheye" pic from my rear Hazcam #MSL

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773 days ago

Once more, without the clear dust cover. Here's the "fisheye" pic from my rear Hazcam #MSL


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olegmiroff 773 days ago

I would like to walk over there

Durdharsh 773 days ago

Amazing story of curiosity

powerhungryfilm 773 days ago

We live in amazing times. Thx for posting! !

JudgeWeIIington 773 days ago

I love fried seafood too much to ever go to Mars, I think.

MeanderLight 773 days ago

Great stuff

Cool_Man99 773 days ago

Good job buddy, show us Mars' women in bikinis, but we'll wait for the color pics, wink, wink

mrbvb 773 days ago

Cool.... Extra terrestrial dirt!

AmbarHamid 773 days ago

Looks like you've just landed at my local beach!! Just joking! :)

thecinemafan 773 days ago

Awesome i am looking forward to more photos, thank you #MSL

mamepoppo 773 days ago

Wonderful picture! I want more pic.

yoshi_lol 773 days ago

great pic! thanks

MisterInvisible 773 days ago

There were only 2 White Stripes, - Jack and Meg.

Alkid_penza 773 days ago

На стекле пыли или конденсат?

rockbam 773 days ago

It's a spring from part of the mechanism that fired off the dust cover on the camera lens. More here

brianadair 773 days ago

dust cover removal (third try)

Eskimotracker 773 days ago

Curiosity has removable lens covers. They collected the dust upon impact, then were ejected off.

SoCatsNights 773 days ago

looks pretty quiet up there

_R_S_S_ 773 days ago

Is it true Tim Berners-Lee is claiming he created Mars at CERN?

JimmyBrogan 773 days ago

Cool. Thanks.