Currently Mars is a planet inhabited by NASA Rovers. One of them is Curiosity Rover which landed on Mars 6th of August 2012. From this time he explore the Red Planet in looking for a life and water.
NASA's Curiosity Mars rover took this selfie at a location nicknamed "Mary Anning" after a 19th century English paleontologist. Curiosity snagged three samples of drilled rock at this site on its way out of the Glen Torridon region, which scientists believe was a site where ancient conditions would have been favorable to supporting life, if it ever was present.
Curiosity took the selfie using a camera called the Mars Hand Lens Imager located on the end of its robotic arm. A close-up detail from within the selfie shows the three holes that a rock drill, also found on the end of Curiosity's arm, added to the surface. The three drill holes are named "Mary Anning," "Mary Anning 3" and "Groken," the last name coming from a site of geological interest in the Scottish countryside.
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Image Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS
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