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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Me & My Shadow... & Mount Sharp. My view of the 3-mile-high mountain in the middle of Mars' Gale crater #MSL
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NASA is amazing!
Loving this shot #niceplaceforawalk
A great view!
I got inspired by you to build my robot. check it out. youtube.com/user/royalteezone 'CURIOSITY'
This is such a great pic. Thank you CURIOSITY for sharing your mars life w/us We're there with u.
Good photo, bro!
That's really amazing, I wanna go to Mars!!
@luchotaq But it can only be a matter of megabytes of data and transmission. ;-)
@luchotaq I guess we'll wait for China to go to check the true color of Mars..(continues)
Thank you for finally putting a moderately high res camera on board. I know weight\reliability.
Information by: http://photo.stackexchange.com/users/7977/whatsisname
There are 17 cams.Primary cam.system MastCam'll be online within the next few days or weeks.
Pics from hazard avoid.&navig.cameras meant for machine vision to support autonomous navi-systems
por que las fotos son en blanco y negro habiendo tanta tecnologia actualmente??? Donde estan los colores? No logro entender
been altered as the camera uses a fish eye lens, causing the dust to streak in the image
WabbyTwax, what you are seeing is out of focus dust on the camera lens, the image has also..
Can somebody explain what it is that looks like any ice covered area between the rover and the mountain? Is this just dust blowing?
We are all lucky to be alive to see this
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