Curiosity Rover Takes Selfie on Mars
This selfie was compiled from many smaller images -- which is why the mechanical arm holding the camera is not visible. (Although its shadow is!) Taken in mid-2015, the featured image shows not only the adventurous rover, but dark layered rocks, the light colored peak of Mount Sharp, and the rusting red sand that pervades Mars.
NASA's Curiosity rover's tires are breaking up on Mars
Each of the six alumnium wheels is independently operated and is built to withstand the harshness of the Martian environment. The 2014 damage was found on the 'grousers' of the wheel (bottom wheel in this image), which is the zigzag-like pattern that helps them grip the terrain
Mars Gigapixel Panorama - Curiosity rover: Martian solar days 136-149 360 Panorama | 360Cities
NASAs Mars Exploration Program (Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech)4 billion pixels panorama of Mars The images for panorama obtained by the two rovers Mast Cameras:Narrow Angle Camera (NAC), which has a 100 mm focal lengthMedium Angle Camera (MAC), which has a 34 mm focal lengthThe mosaic, which stretches 90000x45000 pixels, includes 295 images from NAC taken on Sols 136-149 and 112 images from MAC taken on Sol 137.