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Explanation: This is Mars -- have a look around. More specifically, this is one area picked for its promise of holding clues to the habitability of Mars to ancient life. To better search for telling leads, the robotic Curiosity rover took a series of detailed images from a location called Rock Nest. Over 900 of these images were then composed into one of the highest resolution images ever created of the red planet -- a composite containing over one billion pixels

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Curiosity's Gale Crater panoramic vistas (pictures)

This 360-degree panorama of the Gale Crater landing site is the first full-color wide-view image taken by NASA's Curiosity rover. Click to enlarge (when done viewing, scroll to the bottom right corner of the image to close it). (Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS)

360-Degree Photo Shows Latest View from Mars Rover Curiosity - Fresh tracks, from the rover's 70-foot (21-meter) drive on Aug. 30, 2012 are visible. CREDIT: NASA/JPL-Caltech

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