Robot Selfies

The Curiosity rover shows off a new selfie on Mars

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You know NASA’s Curiosity rover is a millennial because it loves to take selfies.

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Curiosity took the first self portrait on another planet back in 2012.

Curiosity took its latest selfie, on the 2,922nd Martian day (sol) of its mission to study the Red Planet.

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The camera at the end of Curiosity’s “selfie stick” is actually used for science most of the time.

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Sort of like how a human geologist on Earth peers through a magnifying glass at a rock.

Here's to many more years of robot selfies!

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