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Now that Curiosity is stationed on Mars, stunning images of the red planet keep on coming - but nothing like this. A panoramic photo from Curiosity has been used to create an interactive image that allows a user to navigate around the planet's surface just as easily as you would with Google Earth.
It touched down about 5 miles from Mount Sharp where signatures of past water have been spotted at the base. Its ultimate goal is to scale the lower slopes in search of the chemical building blocks of life to determine whether the environment was favorable for microbial life. Scientists have been poring over pictures of the landing site snapped by Curiosity and spacecraft circling overhead.
Anyway, Can you believe what you are seeing. When I was growing up I could only dream of what we all now take for granted.