Two Worlds, One Sun...
Entering Marathon Valley, a postcard from Mars.
I normally post these on r/curiosityrover, but someone advised me to see if you guys were interested in [JPL] maps of a robotic rover's travels across [Mars] [3300 x 2550]
Curiosity Rover drills a hole at Telegraph Peak on the planet Mars - Animation (cross post from r/gifs)
Martian Dune Sand. As close to 'true colour' as you will get, night image using WHITE LED Lighting.
It's officially: JPL confirm that Egg Rock is an iron-nickel meteorite. See comments for details.
Then & Now
A wheely great image....
Downlinked from Mars 55 minutes ago.... :)
Just a reminder how big Curiosity's wheels are :)
Roads? Where We're Going We Don't Need Roads... (BTTF)
Curiosity captured by orbiter, just two weeks ago...
Iron Meteorites seen by Curiosity in 2014. Details & links in comments
Curiosity Rover and its parachute were spotted by NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter as Curiosity descended to the surface on Aug. 5 2012 (PDT). More info in comment
Give her what she really wants for Valentine's Day.
Sol 790 : Amazing rock sculpture, carved by wind blown sand over countless millennia.
Phobos passes overhead at 1am on sol 987 (May 16, 2015)
Two Worlds • One Sun. Same proportion, same size, same FOV.
Mars Orbiter Sees Curiosity Rover in 'Artist's Drive' during Sol 949. Addition links in 1st comment
The Hitchhiker's Guide to Mars. See comment
12 hours ago on Mars: The UV detector on the rover deck is getting dustier, but the ring magnets around each lens are keeping them relatively dust free.
This morning on Mars... Acquired only 8 hours ago in Gale Crater on sol 822 (HazCam FLB)
We have a new hole in Mars....!
A closer look at the small iron-meteorite recently spotted in Gale crater. Details and links in comments
Less than 3 hours ago on Mars, Curiosity completed a 47 meter drive. Info and links in comments
6 hours ago on Mars, we have a new 16 mm wide x 65 mm deep sample hole.
Success : Arm deployed as planned...
Beautiful Mars: Details in 1st comment
I've been waiting 4 years for these images, it was worth the wait... A single End-of-drive half-frame NavCam image from sol 1428 :)
Accidental Collateral Damage during the drive on sol 1108 reveals the true colours of the martian rock in this area....
And the final official selfie #3 of 3 (full size)
A few hours ago on the planet Mars: Curiosity Rover completes another drive.
Looking back after today's drive
Sol 1049 A single frame from the skyline of Mount Shields
Dust Devil Passes Near Martian Sand Dune:
Good news: After 10 day of (im)patiently waiting, we have received a small number of images from Curiosity. See 1st comment for more details.
Wheel Check - 6 hours ago on Mars
The Evolution of a Martian :)
Routine Inspection of Curiosity's Wheel Wear and Tear. Details and links in comments
Sunset in Gale Crater (Animation):
Curiosity Rover's Location since Sol 812 (4800 x 3600 pixels)
BFTP: Curiosity Spotted on Parachute by Orbiter (2012)
Another drive closer to Mt Sharp.
Craggy Outcrops and a Distant Mountain (sol 952)
Inside Curiosity (info in comments)
Routine Wheel Check: see comments
Today on Mars: Unusual reaction to Laser Strikes. Not seen that before with ChemCam...
1618 wheel check, more info in comments
Perfectly drilled :)
Curiosity is back in action :)
4th of July on Mars
Sunset Sequence in Mars' Gale Crater (Yes it's Blue) info and links in the comments
Surface Close-up of a Martian Sand Dune (JPL release) see comment for JPL information..
Wheel Check-out: Sol 1471
Before & After: End view comparison of Curiosity's drill bit: See comments
Fantastic image of the turret with a backdrop of the hills to the south of the rover.
Official JPL 'Big Sky' Selfie (not for mobile download 6Mb) Huge format : 7149 x 10036 pixels
Looking back (North) towards the now distant Murray buttes and the even more distant rim mountains of Gale crater
Making sandcastles on Mars
Another image of the broken grousers on Curiosity's left-side middle wheel.
Another Nickel-Iron Meteorite? More in comments
Curiosity's has one wheel on edge of rocky slope, may prevent drilling or future arm deployment in until the rover finds safer ground.
Feb 21: Uneven Road, sol 1260 wheel check
Night image of the laser strikes.
Curiosity: Laser zaps in the sand sol 1077
Animation of wheel check, and another drive. Info and links in the comments
Curiosity is now back at Garden City after a 7.7 meter drive earlier today...
Aftermath of firing Curiosity's laser at Martian dune sand: info & links in comment