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Another great glimpse of Mars - the world next door - from NASA's Curiosity rover.

Another great glimpse of Mars - the world next door - from NASA's Curiosity rover.

Outdoor Shadow Faces-photography fun  - I will have to do this next year for shadow and  Ground Hogs day.  What a fun outdoor activity!  Recommended by Charlottes Clips

Outdoor Shadow Faces-photography fun - I will have to do this next year for shadow and Ground Hogs day. What a fun outdoor activity! Recommended by Charlottes Clips

Mars as seen from the Curiosity Rover

The Clearest Images Of Another Planet You've Ever Seen

Mars’ Gale Crater Image acquired by the Mars Curiosity rover on Friday 6th November 2015, via NASA / JPL / Malin Space Science Systems. Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity.

Mars’ Gale Crater Image acquired by the Mars Curiosity rover on Friday 6th November 2015, via NASA / JPL / Malin Space Science Systems. Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity.

The Clearest Images Of Another Planet You've Ever Seen – Mars as seen from the Curiosity Rover:

The Clearest Images Of Another Planet You've Ever Seen

The Clearest Images Of Another Planet You've Ever Seen – Mars as seen from the Curiosity Rover:

Martian Landscape from Mars Curiosity #mars #planet #space

Martian Landscape from Mars Curiosity #mars #planet #space

NASA's Mars rover Curiosity acquired this image using its Mast Camera (Mastcam) on Sol 712

NASA's Mars rover Curiosity acquired this image using its Mast Camera (Mastcam) on Sol 712

|| Looking very similar to the iconic first footprint on the Moon from the Apollo 11 landing, this new raw image from the Curiosity rover on Mars shows one of the first “scuff” marks from the rover’s wheels on a small sandy ridge. This image was taken today by Curiosity’s right Navcam on Sol 57 (2012-10-03 19:08:27 UTC).

|| Looking very similar to the iconic first footprint on the Moon from the Apollo 11 landing, this new raw image from the Curiosity rover on Mars shows one of the first “scuff” marks from the rover’s wheels on a small sandy ridge. This image was taken today by Curiosity’s right Navcam on Sol 57 (2012-10-03 19:08:27 UTC).

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