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originally posted by: gortex
Curiosity has for the last month been traveling over the roughest terrain it has yet encountered , the MSL team have stitched together images taken on April 4th of the Naukluft Plateau , lower Mount Sharp.
Click the Link for the full circle Zoomable image.
And here's the full sized Image , absolutely stunning.
originally posted by: wildespace
Fantastic! Now we need someone to create a 360-degree pannable panorama version. I always prefer them over these flat and distorted images. Hopefully, Andrew Bodrov will make one soon.
originally posted by: smurfy
The picture on the right shows a shot from the curiosity selfie, the picture on the left, is one used to make up the panorama.
Notice how the rock in the green circle in the selfie is placed much more forward, and right behind the small rock in front, while the red circled rock is in much the same relative position to the small rock in front in both pictures.