This set of images shows the asteroid Bennu rotating for one full revolution. Over 4 hours and 11 minutes on 2 November 2018, OSIRIS-REx's PolyCam acquired a 2.5-millisecond image for every 10 degrees of the asteroid’s rotation. At the time of imaging, Bennu was approximately 197 km from the spacecraft, and appeared approximately 200 pixels wide in PolyCam’s frame.
A summary of the activities at Lake Orcadie from sols 1963 to 1982 (February 13 to March 4, 2018). The base image is a left Mastcam mosaic of the arm workspace from sol 1962, patched with some Navcam imagery.
The Thermal Emission Imaging System (THEMIS) camera on NASA's Mars Odyssey acquired this view of Phobos on September 29, 2017. Stickney Crater is visible near the limb on the far left. More information here.