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Photo: New Mars Rover Panorama

Photo: New Mars Rover Panorama

NASA has released a high-resolution view of the Martian landscape captured by the Opportunity rover during its exploration of the Red Planet. The stunningly detailed photo combines 817 images taken by the rover's panoramic camera as it sat stationary for four months. The images were stitched together to form a nearly full-circle scene of the spot near the 14-mile-wide Endeavor Crater. More at wired.com.

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