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Mars rover makes first colour panorama
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9 August 2012
On 9 August 2012 BBC News reported:
NASA's new Mars rover has returned its first 360-degree colour panorama from the surface of the Red Planet. The Curiosity robot used its wideangle science camera placed high up on a mast to acquire the frames. The low-resolution vista shows at centre the big mountain that lies in the middle of Gale Crater, the deep depression in which the rover landed. Curiosity's ultimate goal is to drive towards this peak - informally known as Mount Sharp -- to study its rocks.
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