Amazing New Image Captures Curiosity Rover’s Tracks From Space

The above image shows a beautiful example of two spectacular robots at work: The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter‘s HiRISE camera captured the Curiosity rover’s fresh tracks on Mars. Curiosity started moving on Aug. 22, albeit very slowly, and is now only about a football field or so from its touchdown point at Bradbury Landing.” 

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