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Curiosity Rover Takes Selfie on Mars

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NASA's Curiosity rover used its MAHLI camera mounted on a robotic arm to capture this 360-degree selfie of the vehicle sitting above the "Buckskin" rock target. After drilling into the rock there, the rover snapped multiple images which were stitched together into a sweeping panorama of the drilling site located in the Marias Pass region. Curiosity has departed the area and is now heading southwest to its next mission. More details at NASA.gov.

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