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image by Curiosity Rover (@marscuriosity) with caption : "Curiosity is now at the southern edge of Vera Rubin Ridge (VRR) where it will conduct geological matching between VRR an" - 1699278131724231025
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Curiosity is now at the southern edge of Vera Rubin Ridge (VRR) where it will conduct geological matching between VRR and clay deposits that lie to the south. Using the Mars Hand Lens Imager () located at the end of the robotic arm, checks its RWEB window (the looks out of it) for dust. Thus far, the window has been very clean for the six Earth years (three Mars years) Curiosity has been exploring the planet. This image was taken by the  on Sol 1943 (2018-01-23 11:41:38 UTC).

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image by Curiosity Rover (@marscuriosity) with caption : "As #Curiosity climbs 'Vera Rubin Ridge' it takes a long distance photo towards the rim of Gale Crater. This photo was ta" - 1616303775444667934
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As climbs 'Vera Rubin Ridge' it takes a long distance photo towards the rim of Gale Crater. This photo was taken by the Left-side  on Sol 1801 (2017-08-30 17:25:18 UTC). Instagram contrast enhanced photo, no filter.

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image by Curiosity Rover (@marscuriosity) with caption : "Curiosity continues to climb Mount Sharp (#AeolisMons) but stopped to image this rich powdery sand; which is welcome con" - 1565543044198110827
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Curiosity continues to climb Mount Sharp () but stopped to image this rich powdery sand; which is welcome contrast to the sharp rocks it usually drives upon. This image was taken by the Left-side 'B'  on Sol 1751 (2017-07-10 08:16:03 UTC). Instagram contrast enhanced photo, no filter.

image by Curiosity Rover (@marscuriosity) with caption : "Curiosity continues to investigate sand dune formations as it drives up the northwestern side of Mount Sharp (#AeolisMon" - 1514821589329598509
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Curiosity continues to investigate sand dune formations as it drives up the northwestern side of Mount Sharp (). On one of these stops turned its camera back on itself to check its aluminum wheels. Approximately 16km/10mi have been driven on the rovers six wheels and this left-middle wheel shows the greatest amount of wear. It is estimated Curiosity has many more km/mi of drive potential and this wear is not too worrisome. This wheel check image was taken by the Mars Hand Lens Imager () on Sol 1682 (2017-04-30 09:29:01 UTC). Instagram contrast enhanced photo.

image by Curiosity Rover (@marscuriosity) with caption : "Curiosity performed a number of science experiments upon the sand of an area named "Ogunquit Beach". This spherical and " - 1497718731048444705
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Curiosity performed a number of science experiments upon the sand of an area named "Ogunquit Beach". This spherical and low to the ground image was taken by Curiosity's Right 'B' Front on Sol 1659 (2017-04-06 16:00:15 UTC). then drove ~35m/114ft to the southwest to continue measuring the composition of bedrock as it continues its ascent of Mount Sharp (). Instagram contrast enhanced photo.

image by Curiosity Rover (@marscuriosity) with caption : "Curiosity looks beyond a sea of sand in this B/W image as it continues to climb Mount Sharp (#AeolisMons). While driving" - 1435399485256675340
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Curiosity looks beyond a sea of sand in this B/W image as it continues to climb Mount Sharp (). While driving through an area known as "Old Soaker", identified 3 billion year old eroded mud cracks (aka 'desiccation cracks') giving weight to the theory Mars was once a wetter planet. This image was taken by the Right-side 'B' on Sol 1584 (2017-01-19 17:08:58 UTC). Instagram contrast enhanced photo.