NASA explorer captures new panorama of Mars


Washington – Morocco today

Capture the agency’s Curiosity Explorer NASA A new panorama image of Mars, surrounded by vast rocky terrain on red planetThe robotic explorer, which has landed on Mars since August 2012, continues to roam the Gale Crater in search of evidence that the Red Planet was once habitable. his journey, and its most recent shot offers a new view of two landmarks: a rock formation called Greenheugh Pediment to the left, behind the rover, and a hill called Rafael Navarro Mountain in the center-right of the image.

Curiosity took its latest 360-degree selfie on November 20, the 33rd Sol day, or Sol day, of the rover mission. The panoramic image, made up of 81 single images grouped together, was also captured by the Mars Imager Lens Imager (MAHLI), The rover’s robotic arm is located at the end of the rover’s robotic arm. NASA has shared a close-up of its latest Mars rover selfie, showing the beautiful landscape of Mars with the sun rising in the sky. The image also is a view of Mount Sharp, the 3.4-mile (5.5-kilometre) high mountain that Curiosity has been cruising on since 2014. The rover has been traversing Mount Sharp in search of clues about the Red Planet’s ancient past.

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