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First two-frame Navcam mosaic from Curiosity (with anaglyph)

First two-frame Navcam mosaic from Curiosity (with anaglyph)

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NASA / JPL / James Canvin

First two-frame Navcam mosaic from Curiosity (with anaglyph)
Curiosity took the photos for this mosaic on sol 2 (August 8, 2012). The view is north, toward Gale crater's rim, 20 kilometers away. In the foreground, two patches of blasted terrain show where the landing rockets impinged on the ground.

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First two-frame Navcam mosaic from Curiosity (anaglyph)

NASA / JPL / James Canvin

First two-frame Navcam mosaic from Curiosity (anaglyph)
Curiosity took the photos for this mosaic on sol 2 (August 8, 2012). The view is north, toward Gale crater's rim, 20 kilometers away. In the foreground, two patches of blasted terrain show where the landing rockets impinged on the ground. This version of the image is a red-blue 3D anaglyph.

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. For uses not allowed by that license, contact us to request publication permission from the copyright holder: James Canvin

Original image data dated on or about August 8, 2012

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