The cultural phenomenon of the so-called selfie has become so prevalent that now, even robots have taken to snapping them, and on another planet, no less. Witness this remarkable image taken by NASA's Mars Curiosity rover on October 11, 2019 in a region of Mars called "Glen Etive" (pronounced "glen EH-tiv"). The selfie serves as rare visual documentation of the rover performing a special chemistry experiment in which Curiosity drilled two holes visible in the center-left foreground of the photo...
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Space Case: NASA's Curiosity Mars Rover Takes A Selfie
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