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Rover's eye view on Mars

Rover's eye view on Mars

(2:59) During the three year, 13 mile trek of NASA's Mars Rover 'Opportunity', from Victoria crater to Endeavour crater, a horizon photograph was captured at the end of each drive totalling the 309 images shown here.

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TheBob TheBob (2288 days ago)
Latest comment: Are we nearly there yet?
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At about half way through, was that a McDonalds?
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