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Mars Panorama - Curiosity rover: Martian night
Out of this World

Digital Art Compilation

  • Curiosity Rover's Self Portrait at "John Klein" Drilling Site NASA's Mars Exploration Program (Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS)
  • VISTA telescope: 9 billion pixel photo of a Milky Way European Southern Observatory (Image credit: ESO/VVV Consortium, Ignacio Toledo, Martin Kornmesser)
Copyright: Andrew Bodrov
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 30000x15000
Uploaded: 14/12/2013
Updated: 02/06/2014
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Tags: curiosity; mars; sol 177; nasa; jpl-caltech; mars panorama; msss; rover; red planet; european southern observatory; eso/vvv consortium; ignacio toledo; martin kornmesser; vista telescope; milky way; out_of_this_world; out_of_this_world
  • Daniel Heinzmann 4 months ago
    Andrew, at first didn't understand the info. Anyway, this job make us feel like if we were on the surface of mars. I also would love to see a video (from Curiosity) showing how an object drops from the robotic arm to the surface in real time. (NASA shows no video !)
  • Andrew Bodrov 4 months ago
    Daniel: yes, please check description of panorama.
  • Daniel Heinzmann 4 months ago
    Amazing and terrific images ! It seems to be a mixing of Curiosity images taken during day (darkened) with images taken by Observatory of the Milky Way. May be ?
  • Elexonic 4 months ago
    great view!
  • alf 5 months ago
    330.12,-30.29,5.0 Phobos
  • r0drig0 5 months ago
    maravillosamente hermoso
  • Андрей Гладышев 6 months ago
    329.96,-30.96,5.0 What is that?
  • Augusto 6 months ago
    We see on top the light of the center of our galaxy, Via Lactea, almost covered by other galaxy’s arm. We cannot see it from earth
  • محمد شاہزیب انصاري 6 months ago
    I've a kind of noob question, but I'm wondering who actually made this panorama? O.o if it is a self photograph then I'm failed to observe any shadow,shaft or supportive rode for the camera making this panorama itself...
  • Spudtron98 11 months ago
    While looking at that sky, youtube "To Galaxy". Go for the orchestral remix
  • Gazaly 12 months ago
    Who is that Fat person in side the Curiosity Rover's Camera or device something like that?
  • Reza Firouzfar about 1 year ago
    WoW!!! When I zommed in the sky I could find the moon Phobos at the left side of Milky way a little bit over the horizon. Unbelievable!
  • James Rosar about 1 year ago
    Never imagined the Milky Way had such 'dust lanes'! Breathtakingly beautiful.
  • Tim Aldiss about 1 year ago
    Absolutely incredible and so beautiful. One of the most amazing sites I've ever seen
  • MeriMakr8298 about 1 year ago
    This is literally mind-blowing. *gapes*
  • Hagar the Horrible about 1 year ago
    Well done. Thanks for sharing.
  • Christian_Rooibos about 1 year ago
    I found a video and I watched what you answered me. Thank you Richard. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ttIvSMtXRM8
  • Richard Hope about 1 year ago
    They are exactly that, 2 small drill holes made by Curiosity Rover as it sampled rocks for some of the onboard experiments.
  • Christian_Rooibos about 1 year ago
    Have you seen on the floor close to rover like two holes? What are they?
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