NASA’s Curiosity Rover Takes a Selfie on Mars — That is How It Came about (Video) – Scoot+Leisure

Travelandleisure.com “Before I scaled the hill, I took this self-portrait.” NASA’s Curiosity rover recently set a record for the steepest hill it’s ever climbed, and  to commemorate the achievement, the rover took a selfie — naturally. During its explorations of the red planet, Curiosity had to climb over the Greenheugh Pediment at a 31-degree tilt.…

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NASA’s Curiosity Rover Takes a Selfie on Mars — Here’s How It Came about

NASA’s Curiosity Rover Takes a Selfie on Mars — Here’s How It Came about

NASA’s Curiosity rover recently set a record for the steepest hill it’s ever climbed, and  to commemorate the achievement, the rover took a selfie — naturally. During its explorations of the red planet, Curiosity had to climb over the Greenheugh Pediment at a 31-degree tilt. The only other steep climb that had been previously done…

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NASA’s Curiosity Rover shares selfie from Mars that it captured at some stage in its ‘steepest’ climb ever

FP TrendingMar 25, 2020 18:38:30 ISTThe Curiosity Rover of the US space agency NASA has sent back a selfie from Mars. The car-sized rover dug a hole near a highland area on Mars, called the ‘Greenheugh Pediment’. In the 360-degree panorama shot received from Curiosity, the said hole, the pediment atop the hill and the…

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Selfie from Mars: NASA Curiosity Rover Sends House New Photo because it Climbs Martian Slope

The ‘Martian selfie’ taken by NASA Curiosity rover, stitched together from 86 photos. (Photo: NASA/JPL) After its epic 1.8-gigapixel panorama of the desolate Martian surface, Curiosity scaled a 31-degree slope of the Greenheugh Pediment before taking this photo. News18.com Last Updated: March 25, 2020, 12:42 PM IST Share this: NASA’s Curiosity rover has sent us…

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