NASA Curiosity Rover Photographs

The NASA Curiosity Rover is a car-sized robotic rover that has been exploring the Gale Crater on Mars since it landed in August 2012. The rover is equipped with several cameras and has taken thousands of photographs of the Martian surface, including images of rocks, soil, and the surrounding landscape. The photographs are used to study the geology and geochemistry of Mars, and to search for evidence of past or present life on the planet. Some of the most notable images captured by the Curiosity Rover include photographs of the Martian sunsets, and close-up shots of the rocks and soil that the rover has analyzed. The photos are available in NASA’s official website and other scientific platforms.

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