How Did #Mars Curiosity Rover Took a Self-Portrait? | #science


Updated August 8, 2013 ● 552 views

National Geographic explains how Mars Curiosity Rover took the now iconic self-portrait. It looks like someone, or something, other than the rover took its picture. The photograph, seemingly taken from afar, features an image of the entire vehicle at a site called Rocknest.

via news.nationalgeographic.com

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I've always wondered how Curiosity too his own picture. It reminded me the fake lunar landing that was shot in hollywood. But of course everything now is made in CGI... everything looks real.

Dagger · 6 years ago
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