Mars Rover Takes A Self Portrait
The Curiosity rover grabbed a special self-portrait last week. The Mars Hand Lens Imager (or MAHLI) is situated on the long arm used to gather samples. It turned around and snapped this shot of the mast head (the one that houses the cool laser-eye ChemCam) tinted via its dirty dust-cover.
The Other Side Of Mars
The Rover, Opportunity, at Endeavour crater produces a view like no other.
Mars In Color
Nasa has released these beautiful pictures of Mars from the rover, Opportunity.
Be sure to click on each thumbnail to see the full resolution of each shot.