Perseverance is currently the star on Mars. NASA’s latest probe not only provides images and images of Mars itself, but also videos from the Ingenuity helicopter miniature and audio recordings.
Nobody seems to be interested in Curiosity, who has been working hard on Mars since 2012. The Mars rover still exists and works hard.
The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) satellite of NASA Curiosity is captured in an image. You can find high-resolution versions of the image On the HiRISE website.
Although the satellite was 269.4 kilometers from the surface during its flyby over Mars, the Mars rover, which is about the size of a small car, can be clearly seen.
The photo shows Curiosity climbing Mount Merko. This is a rock formation on the northern side of Mount Sharp, near the Gale Crater Center. The Mars probe stands near a 6-meter cliff and examines the rocks there.
Since the Curiosity lander at Gale Crater on August 6, 2012, the rover has covered 25 kilometers on the surface of Mars.
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