NASA's Curiosity rover has captured a breathtaking view from the slope of Mount Sharp on Mars. He used navigation
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In the far right corner of the panorama isRafael Navarro's rocky mountain, named after a Curiosity scientist who passed away earlier this year. Behind him is the top of Mount Sharp, well above the area that Curiosity is exploring. Mount Sharp is located inside Gale Crater, a 154 km wide basin formed by impact in the distant past.
NASA / Jet Propulsion Laboratory-California Institute of Technology.
Curiosity's mission is led by the LaboratoryNASA's jet propulsion, operated by the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, California. The rover is an autonomous chemical laboratory several times larger and heavier than the previous Spirit and Opportunity rovers.
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