Last month, NASA's Curiosity Mars Rover captured a 360-degree panorama of its surroundings in the Vera Rubin Ridge on Mars.
What you'll see: NASA explains, "The panorama includes umber skies, darkened by a fading global dust storm. It also includes a rare view by the Mast Camera of the rover itself, revealing a thin layer of dust on Curiosity's deck. In the foreground is the rover's most recent drill target, named "Stoer" after a town in Scotland near where important discoveries about early life on Earth were made in lakebed sediments." According to Curiosity's project scientist, Ashwin Vasavada, "[t]he rover has never encountered a place with so much variation in color and texture."