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30 Best Photos That NASA’s Curiosity Has Taken During Last 7 Years on Mars

For a long time we thought others planets are untouchable. Yes,,No human has walked on other planet but have reached the planet through the sturdy wheels of Mars rovers. Here we have shared 30 Best Photos That NASA’s Curiosity Has Taken After 7 Years On Mars

This is how Curiosity looked 7 years ago and now

#1 Ripples On Surface Of Martian Sand Dune

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#2 Curiosity Rover Finds And Examines A Meteorite On Mars

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#3 Sunset Sequence In Mars’ Gale Crater

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#4 Curiosity’s Color View Of Martian Dune After Crossing It

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#5 Curiosity’s Dusty Selfie At Duluth

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#6 First Sampling Hole In Mount Sharp

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#7 Martian Rock ‘Harrison’ In Color, Showing Crystals

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#8 Multiple Layers Of Mount Sharp

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#9 Jake Matijevic Rock

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#10 Curiosity Took Dozens Of Mast Cam Images To Complete This Mosaic Of A Petrified Sand Dune

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#11 Outcrop In The Murray Buttes Region Of Lower Mount Sharp

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#12 Curiosity Self-Portrait At Martian Sand Dune

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#13 Remnants Of Ancient Streambed On Mars

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#14 Mount Sharp Comes In Sharply

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#15 Wheel Scuff Mark At ‘Rocknest’

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#16 Having Reached The Base Of Mount Sharp, Curiosity Captured This Image Of Its Rocky Surroundings

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#17 View From Mars Orbiter Showing Curiosity Rover At ‘Shaler’

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#18 Layers At The Base Of Mount Sharp

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#19 Focusing The 100-Millimeter Mastcam

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#20 Getting To Know Mount Sharp

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#21 Curiosity Self-Portrait At ‘Windjana’ Drilling Site

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#22 Curiosity Visited An Area Named “Fracture Town” Which Contains Many Pointed, Layered Rock Formations

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#23 Curiosity Arrived At This Active Sand Dune Named “Gobabeb”, Which Is Part Of A Larger Dune Field Known As “Bagnold”

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#24 Curiosity Rover’s View Of Alluring Martian Geology

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#25 Mars Rover Curiosity In ‘Buckskin’ Selfie

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#26 Curiosity Tracks In ‘Hidden Valley’ On Mars

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#27 A Mudstone Rock Outcrop At The Base Of Mount Sharp

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#28 Bone Up On Mars Rock Shapes

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#29 Strata At Base Of Mount Sharp

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#30 Resistant Features In ‘Pahrump Hills’ Outcrop

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