Martian surface at night

SUBHEAD: Night on Mars under the Milky Way. You can even see the moon Phobos in the night sky.

By Cory Doctorow on 16 December 2013 for Boing Boing -
Image above: Still image from panaorama below. View looking north to Milky Way. 

Jeffrey sez, "360Cities' intrepid member Andrew Bodrov, stitching master of interplanetary awesomeness, has constructed this composite image (i.e. 'fake view') of the Curiosity Rover at night under the Milky Way. You can even see Phobos, Mars' own moon in the night sky."

Panorama above: View of mars at night taken by the NASA rover Curiosity. Assembled by Andrew Bodrov.  From (

See also:
360 City: Daytime view of Mars

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