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A View of Earth From Mars

A View of Earth From Mars

NASA's Curiosity rover captured a view of our planet from its location on the Red Planet. In the new image, the Earth can be seen as the brightest point of light in the Martian sky with our moon just below it. According to NASA, a human observer on Mars would easily see Earth and the moon as bright distinct lights. Check out the full resolution image at NASA.gov.

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