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Mars rover snaps 1st hi-res self-portrait
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18 August 2012
On 18 August 2012 Discovery News reported:
A newly released photo mosaic from NASA's Mars rover Curiosity reveals the huge robot and its exotic Red Planet landing site in crisp detail. Curiosity snapped the high-resolution self-portrait with its navigation cameras on the night of 7 August, just two days after it touched down inside Mars' huge Gale Crater. NASA released the image -- which is composed of 20 full-frame navcam shots -- during a press conference Friday (17 August).
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