NASA releases Curiosity's 360-degree view of Mars

09/5/2012 | Space.com

NASA has released a 360-degree view of Mars after stitching together photos taken by the navigation camera of the Curiosity rover. The image depicts the spacecraft's fresh tracks on the planet as it treks east toward a spot called Glenelg.

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