In recent days, Curiosity has been busy with self-inspections and calibration of its instrument suite. It has clocked about 150 meters and continues to work in good health.
You might have already seen some photos of the red planet from this or past missions but prepare to be amazed by this impressive panorama.
The Mars Science Laboratory might only sport a 2 Mega Pixel camera (so that it can send it photos in a reasonable time frame back to Earth), but thanks to the clever people at NASA and photographers like Andrew Bodrov, we can get a taste for what it might be like to stand on Mars and look around.
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