NASA’s Mars rover “Curiosity” has been on the red planet for nearly a year. While there, it has conducted valuable scientific assessments of the Martian landscape, including finding that the fourth planet from the Sun once had knee-deep streams and could have supported life.
In honor of its year anniversary since landing on the planet a year ago this month (August 6, 2012), NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory has compiled footage from the rover’s “eye view” as it drove, scooped and drilled in the past twelve months.
Watch what a year on Mars looked like from Curiosity’s perspective in this slightly more than two-minute time-lapsed video:
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