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NASA’s Curiosity robot shared a video that allows users to explore the Red Planet.

The images show the equivalent of a Martian day.

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Images were recorded on December 8, 2015, with the camera mounterd on Curiosity, the NASA explorer robot, during a Sol (Martian day). A day on Mars, sometimes called Sol, is 40 minutes longer than one on Earth.

The video is made with an image overlay and allows the user to take a careful look at the Martian terrain.

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