The rover Curiosity has already made an historian after having the largest earth cover on another planet and its; helping scientists reconstruct the geological history of Mars. Although it has been moved more than 12 miles (almost 20km), it is known that it has been hanging around Vera Rubin Row for more than a year. He's ready to move out, but NASA took the time to make selfie first.
The new selfie of the information shows the rover to be displayed; seated on the rustic land, looking at her & camera with the "head." The usual things to think about because housing is for Mastcam and ChemCam tools; in the head of the rover. Nature in the near future thanks to a local dust storm – it's not as bad as the global event. Maybe he gave up the chance last year. NASA gave the selfie on January 15, but this is very common with a number of images such as all of the scenes.
The image still features a & # 39; look after more than six years on the red planet. It's a bit dusty, and you can see rupture on its wheels from the unexpectedly unexpected Martian cliffs. However, NASA expects to know that. case has been on trucking for future years.
NASA uses Mars Hand Lens Imager (MAHLI) for taking these pictures. It captures very colorful images of 1600 x 1200 resolution. NASA's emblem is much larger than that because it is hit together from 57 different frames. This is why the last picture has amazing details, and you will not see the MAHLI's joy anywhere. NASA just uses all the frames to make it & # 39; knocking out arms, making it look like someone was standing by the rover and presented a picture.
Vera Rubin Ridge was the 19th Curiosity Mars Mars drill site. You can see a small "Talla Creige" hole just before the rover. Now, the rover is triggering a "clay beam unit" located right on the back. There may be signs for clay minerals to help us learn more about the old lochs that once and mounted the land around Mount Sharp.
You can see a larger version of the interesting selfie here, and you can get the full conversion version on the NASA site. It is 23 MB and about 10,000 square pyramids. You should be able to hit down depending on the size you want, but some NASA newspapers are also in a common solution.