Two views of Mars…

Browsing the always-brilliant “Midnight Planets” website earlier I found quite a few images – sent back by Opportunity and Curiosity – that could be stitched together to make panoramic views… so I stitched them together to make panoramic views… 😉 Here, then, are two views of Mars taken by a pair of rovers many, many miles apart. One planet, two rovers, two very different landscapes… Curiosity’s view (top) shows the mountainous rim of Gale Crater from the inside, while Opportunity’s view (middle) shows part of the meandering Perseverance Valley from within it, with, as an added treat, a colourised crop from it (bottom)…

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