Curiosity sends ‘postcard photos’ from Mars

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For this final image of the landscape, the mission team collected two copies of Curiosity’s black and white recordings made at different times of the day. The color of the final result has been modified to create a more moody mood.

In order for him to be able to send his 360-degree recordings to Earth more easily, they are saved in a low-quality format. Because the landscape took their breath away, the researchers decided in this case a high-resolution version, As NASA wrote.

To be able to orient yourself a little at the picture: it’s on the far right side Mountains of Rafael Navarro Let’s see – named after a scientist from the Curiosity team who died this year. And behind it is a portion of Mount Sharp – much higher than the area Curiosity is currently searching for.

Story Highlights

  • subordinate NASA Curiosity Rover Send a wonderful “postcard” picture of the red planet to Earth. At the time of registration it was on Mount Sharp.

  • high quality records