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The panorama is made up of 407 photos taken by the Curiosity rover that were meticulously pieced together to produce the remarkable 4-gigapixel 360-degree interactive image. The photos used in the making of the panorama were taken over the course of 13 Mars days, which are about a half hour longer than each Earth day.
The fact that a picture so detailed comes from over 30 million miles away is mind-boggling enough, but the panoramic view of the site makes you feel like you are actually standing on Mars.
When the spacecraft does leave the influence of the sun, it will be the first man-made object to ever leave the solar system.Click here to read more