NASA’s Rover Curiosity is on Mars and seems like it’s having fun over there! The rover clicked a selfie which overlooks the Martian dessert. It’s captured a new selfie while roaming the ‘Namib Dune,’ where it has been picking samples of sand for analysis.
You can’t see the arm of rover clicking the selfie because it’s actually a stitched image made from 57 burst images. During the stitching process the arm is hidden. The photo was takenon 1228th martian day. This is the second time Curiosity has sent selfies.
One cool Robot!
— Curiosity Rover (@MarsCuriosity) January 29, 2016