Google+ SpaceTravelFoundation: Dingo Gap, the dune of sand taken in 360° by Curiosity on Mars

February 6, 2014

Dingo Gap, the dune of sand taken in 360° by Curiosity on Mars

Dear followers,

after 526 days on Mars, the curiosity rover from +NASA continue to explore the surface for the red planet until a dune of sand called Dingo Gap.




A new 360° panorama has been proposed +Andrew Bodrov. The panorama shows the Dingo Gap taken during the 530th Martian day. The dune is about 1 m high.



Mars Panorama - Curiosity rover: Martian solar day 530 in The World


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