Curiosity Rover

@MarsCuriosity

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

Another day in paradise! Perfect driving weather. Here's the B&W navcam view 102 ft (31 m) closer to Glenelg

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788 days ago

Another day in paradise! Perfect driving weather. Here's the B&W navcam view 102 ft (31 m) closer to Glenelg

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Ryme_Intrinseca 787 days ago

Sadly, an anticlimax to the launch 9 months ago and the subsequent landing a month ago. Might as well trudge around a desert on Earth. I just wish life, as in bacteria upwards, could be photographed and make the journey worth it . . .

EBRecordings 787 days ago

Wow !

HernandezNaldo 787 days ago

Nb

opentitan 787 days ago

Once I've read a theory that stones at the photo are alive and that they are slowly moving ))

cydoniashop 787 days ago

I like this Paradise... As they probably don't have obsessions there :)

Charaxa 787 days ago

'Where are the things that made all those little indentations?'

They were eroded/weathered out, and blown away. Jake looks like peridotite with the olivine eroded away leaving resistant pyroxene.

wander7676 788 days ago

I thought they were indentations also but at a closer look I think they are small rocks but I could be wrong.

VanHoveGrphcCom 788 days ago

Where are the things that made all those little indentations?

FrancisGuitars 788 days ago

looks like a heart to me,,,strawberry heart?

DaveMotion 788 days ago

Is that a large strawberry, bottom left?