A sunset on Mars from NASA curiosity

After three years of exploring on Mars, The Curiosity continues to amaze us for the materials it still sends us today. 

In this case it is a sunset. 

 

A different and original chromaticism, which goes well with those typical of the Martian soil. NASA’s photos were captured within six minutes, just before the Sun hid behind a mountain ridge. 

The deep light recorded in the shots had been hypothesized in the simulations, but the first real observation in the field was a nice surprise for everyone.  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pw1fQf7kG4c 

 

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