Tracks made by the wheels of the rover, one of the earliest images Curiosity beamed back. Image: NAS
These are features known as the Bagnold Dunes near the edge of Mount Sharp. Image: NASA.
As you are about to find out, Curiosity likes taking selfies as much as any other millenial. This on
This is the first image beamed back from mars. In the distance, the rim of the Gale crater can be se
The formations here are of a delta from an ancient river that once flowed into the gale crater. Imag
These are formations called buttes near Mount Sharp. Image: NASA.
Mount sharp. Image: NASA.
Another view of Mount Sharp. Image: NASA.
These are rock formations on the Murray Buttes. Image: NASA.
More rock formations on the Murray Buttes. Image: NASA.
Another image of the Murray Buttes. Image: NASA.
The Murray Buttes is a desolate landscape. Image: NASA.
These are eroded rock faces. Image: NASA.
Curiosity found an iron-nickel meteorite on Mars and promptly blasted it with a LASER to study it. I
Striations in the sand. Image: NASA.
This is an annular eclipse of the Sun, with the Martian moon Phobos in the front, as seen by Curiosi
A rock on Mars that has been named "harrison". Image: NASA.
The Earth is the evening star in the skies of Mars. Image: NASA.
A Martian sunset. Image: NASA.
A planet panorama selfie by Curiosity. Image: NASA.
These are veins of minerals on Mount Sharp. Image: NASA.
These are signs of sediment deposit on what was once a Martian lakebed. Image: NASA.
This is a selfie that curiosity clicked at the Windjana pitstop. Image: NASA.
Another selfie curiosity snapped at the Murray Buttes. Image: NASA.
The Namib sand dune on Mars, the patterns are caused by winds. Image: NASA.
The base of Mount Sharp. Image: NASA.
This location is known as the Garden City. Veins of minerals can be seen. Image: NASA.
This is Curiosity looking past a sand dune at the Dingo gap. Image: NASA.
This is the west rim of the Endeavor Crater. Curiosity's tracks can be seen towards the bottom right
An image of the Yellowknife bay formation. Image: NASA.