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Mars at a Billion Pixels

Mars at a Billion Pixels

You can zoom in to the image and view an area of the Red Planet's Gale Crater in unprecedented detail. 

NASA has released an image of Mars like you’ve never seen it before. Actually, this image is a mosaic of some 900 images taken by the Curiosity rover and stitched together. The result is that you can zoom in to the image and view an area of the Red Planet’s Gale Crater in unprecedented detail. 


You can see the full resolution image here


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