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Add Image to Favorite List 2023-09-18 Mars Mars Science Laboratory (MSL)
Mastcam
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NASA's Curiosity captured this 360-degree panorama while parked below Gediz Vallis Ridge, a formation that preserves a record of one of the last wet periods seen on this part of Mars.
PIA26019:
Curiosity Views Gediz Vallis Ridge
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Add Image to Favorite List 2023-09-18 Mars Mars Science Laboratory (MSL)
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NASA's Curiosity Mars rover is depicted in this 3D rendering of Gediz Vallis Ridge that was created using science data and imagery captured from space by the agency's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.
PIA26020:
Rendering Depicts Curiosity at Gediz Vallis Ridge
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Add Image to Favorite List 2023-09-18 Mars Mars Science Laboratory (MSL)
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The route NASA's Curiosity Mars rover has taken while driving through the lower part of Mount Sharp is shown as a pale line here. Different parts of the mountain are labeled by color.
PIA26042:
Curiosity's Path to Gediz Vallis Ridge and Beyond
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Add Image to Favorite List 2023-11-06 Mars Mars Science Laboratory (MSL)
Mastcam
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On Sept. 19, 2023, the Mastcam's filter wheel became stuck between the green and clear filter positions.
PIA26043:
Curiosity Mastcam Filter Wheel
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Add Image to Favorite List 2023-11-06 Mars Mars Science Laboratory (MSL)
Navcam (MSL)
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NASA's Curiosity Mars rover captured this 360-degree panorama using its black-and-white navigation cameras, or Navcams, at a location where it collected a sample from a rock nicknamed Sequoia. The panorama was captured on Oct. 21 and 26, 2023.
PIA26047:
Curiosity's Navcams View the Area Around 'Sequoia'
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Add Image to Favorite List 2023-11-06 Mars Mars Science Laboratory (MSL)
Mastcam
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NASA's Curiosity Mars rover used the drill on the end of its robotic arm to collect a sample from a rock nicknamed Sequoia on Oct. 17, 2023. The rover's Mastcam captured this image.
PIA26048:
Curiosity Views 'Sequoia' Using Its Mastcam
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Add Image to Favorite List 2024-01-08 Mars Mars Science Laboratory (MSL)
Hazcam (MSL)
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NASA's Curiosity rover used its front and rear black-and-white Hazcams to capture 12 hours of a Martian day. The rover's shadow is visible on the surface in these images taken by the front Hazcam.
PIA26209:
Curiosity's Hazcams Capture a Day on Mars
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Add Image to Favorite List 2024-03-29 Mars Mars Science Laboratory (MSL)
Navcam (MSL)
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After arriving at Gediz Vallis channel, NASA's Curiosity Mars rover captured this 360-degree panorama using one of its black-and-white navigation cameras on Feb. 3, 2024.
PIA26246:
Curiosity Arrives at Gediz Vallis Channel
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Add Image to Favorite List 2024-03-29 Mars Mars Science Laboratory (MSL)
Navcam (MSL)
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NASA's Curiosity Mars rover captured this panorama using its left black-and-white navigation camera on Feb. 1, 2024. The panorama is made up of 10 images that were stitched together after being sent back to Earth.
PIA26247:
Curiosity Looks Back Down the Slope
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Add Image to Favorite List 2024-03-29 Mars Mars Science Laboratory (MSL)
Navcam (MSL)
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NASA's Curiosity Mars rover captured this selfie using its left black-and-white navigation camera on Feb. 3, 2024. The selfie is made up of 36 individual images that were stitched together after being sent back to Earth.
PIA26310:
Curiosity Takes a Navcam Selfie
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Add Image to Favorite List 2024-06-10 Mars Mars Science Laboratory (MSL)
Navcam (MSL)
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NASA's Curiosity Mars rover captured streaks and specks using one of its navigation cameras just as particles from a solar storm arrived on the Martian surface. These artifacts are caused by energetic particles hitting the camera's image detector.
PIA26302:
Curiosity Sees Streaks and Specks During 2024 Solar Storm
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Add Image to Favorite List 2024-06-10 Mars Mars Science Laboratory (MSL)
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The specks in this scene were caused by charged particles from a solar storm hitting a camera aboard NASA's Curiosity Mars rover.
PIA26303:
Curiosity Sees Specks Caused By 2024 Solar Storm While Recording a Wind Gust on Mars
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Add Image to Favorite List 2024-07-18 Mars Mars Science Laboratory (MSL)
Mastcam
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These yellow crystals were revealed after NASA's Curiosity happened to drive over a rock and crack it open on May 30. Using an instrument on the rover's arm, scientists later determined these crystals are elemental sulfur.
PIA26309:
Curiosity Views Sulfur Crystals Within a Crushed Rock
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Add Image to Favorite List 2024-07-18 Mars Mars Science Laboratory (MSL)
MAHLI
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NASA's Curiosity captured this close-up image of a rock nicknamed Snow Lake on June 8, 2024. Nine days earlier, the rover had crushed a similar-looking rock and revealed crystalline textures – and elemental sulfur – inside.
PIA26308:
Curiosity Views Rock Made of Sulfur at 'Snow Lake'
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Add Image to Favorite List 2024-07-18 Mars Mars Science Laboratory (MSL)
Mastcam
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NASA's Curiosity Mars rover captured this view of Gediz Vallis channel on March 31. This area was likely formed by large floods of water and debris that piled jumbles of rocks into mounds within the channel.
PIA26367:
Curiosity Views Gediz Vallis Channel
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Add Image to Favorite List 2024-07-18 Mars Mars Science Laboratory (MSL)
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While exploring Gediz Vallis channel in May, NASA's Curiosity captured this image (Figure C) of rocks that show a pale color near their edges. When groundwater leaks into rocks along fractures, it causes chemical reactions that change the color.
PIA26366:
Curiosity Views Rocks With 'Halos'
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Add Image to Favorite List 2024-07-18 Mars Mars Science Laboratory (MSL)
MAHLI
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These sulfur crystals were found inside a rock after NASA's Curiosity Mars rover happened to drive over it and crush it on May 30, 2024.
PIA26307:
Curiosity Captures Close-Up of Sulfur Crystals
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Add Image to Favorite List 2024-07-18 Mars Mars Science Laboratory (MSL)
Mastcam
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NASA's Curiosity Mars rover used its Mast Camera, or Mastcam, to take this 360-degree panorama from within Gediz Vallis channel on June 19, 2024.
PIA26363:
Curiosity Takes a 360-Degree View of Gediz Vallis Channel
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Add Image to Favorite List 2024-07-18 Mars Mars Science Laboratory (MSL)
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NASA's Curiosity Mars rover used its Mast Camera, or Mastcam, to capture this detailed view of jagged rocks and sediment exposed along the side of a mound called Fascination Turret.
PIA26364:
Curiosity's Detailed View of 'Fascination Turret'
Full Resolution:     TIFF (126 MB)     JPEG (12.16 MB)
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