Mars rover Curiosity takes selfie during brutal dust storm
There's a pretty cool photo being shared online at NASA's curiosity rover.
Sitting in the middle of a huge dust storm on Mars and any leave you wondering how to they take that photo.
Well there were overtook the item you just can't eat it sell these days.
The magic isn't thinking multiple photos together.
Then NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory constant video and a few years ago that explains all the different ways the rover takes products.
They are seventeen cameras on the curiosity but if all of them with just one on robotic arm that's two meters long.
I should've seen it animation over first takes photos of itself and then.
Camera spins around 180 degrees could take photos of the ground around it all the while the arm is behind the camera.
Again the series of photos I stitched together.
That you don't see the arm at all any shot.
It's sort of like what happens may use your phone to take a panoramic shot it stitches multiple shots together.
This LTE in the June storm was touched up by digital artists Sean doing.
Has posted to Flickr.
Curiosity is looking pretty good considering this then have to stormy covers about a quarter of planets.
Curiosity is able to keep going even at the store covers up the fat.
Thanks to anything they're powered battery.
And that's not the case for the other Mars rover opportunity. Ever had to suspend operations because it depends on solar power.
Just around it is lighting up the sense that it can't charge up.
Opportunity has been active on Mars for fifteen years and that physical well being able survive this story just gets tied the last big storm in 2007.
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