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27 August 2012
On 27 August 2012 panoramas.dk reported:
A 360-degree panorama was released by NASA on 27 August. It includes the highest part of Mount Sharp, which is approximately 12 miles (20 kilometres) from the rover. The colours on this panorama are enhanced to give the same colours as it would have under lights on earth.
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