NASA's Curiosity rover shot its first high-resolution self-portrait two days after landing in Mars's Gale Crater on Aug. 7.
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The images, however, were not released until a press conference Friday. The shot is composed of 20 navigation images, in which you can see the back of the rover, a few wheels, and debris on the rover.
Are you impressed by Curiosity's first self-portrait or do you prefer these earlier shots released by NASA?
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BONUS: Photos That Depict Curiosity
1. Peep Show
"Looking through the keyhole at Versailles," said kewmo80.
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