Get out your red/blue glasses (red for the left eye) and look out over
expansive martian landscape.
The panoramic stereo view is composed of images from the
Navcam taken at a rest stop during a 100 meter
on Sol 548 (February 19).
The 5.5 kilometer high peak of Mount Sharp, also known as
is on the horizon, its base a destination for Curiosity.
In the foreground are rows of striated rocks along the Junda outcrop.
Centered toward the south-southeast the scene spans 160 degrees.
image here looks back along Curiosity's route at
the end of the Sol's drive on Mars.)