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NASA's Mars Curiosity Rover just sent back a stunning new selfie from the red planet

NASA's Mars Curiosity Rover recently sent back a series of photos showing the view of planet's Gale Crater from Vera Rubin Ridge. The rover also sent back a selfie with Mount Sharp in the background. In the past five and a half years, the rover has gone about 1,100 feet up and covered approximately 11 miles from its landing site. NASA's Mars Curiosity Rover is still on the move.
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