The selfie that's out of this world


In today's age of social media where everyone's sharing what they're doing and who they're doing it with the selfie has become one of the most popular picture poses. Even being on the surface of Mars didn't stop NASA's Curiosity Rover from joining in on the popular trend. After recently leaving it's latest drill target "Stoer" the rover stopped to take a 360-degree panorama selfie of the Vera Rubin Ridge. The photo can be viewed in high resolution which shows all of the rover's equipment and even the ware on its tires. You can also inspect the surface of the planet and see some of the sky which is still darkened from a recent global dust storm.

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