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See Earth and Venus from Mars in amazing photos from NASA's Curiosity rover
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NASA's Curiosity rover took a break from assessing ancient Martian habitability to gaze up at the Red Planet sky — where it found Earth.
Through the dusty Martian atmosphere, the car-size rover spotted its home planet and Venus about 75 minutes after local sunset on June 5, 2020, the 2,784th sol (Martian day) of Curiosity's mission. (The rover landed on Aug. 5, 2012.)
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@Vicious-Retard Earth is the blue dot. Where's venus? I can't see it.
Take a look at the red mars.. if we ever put human on mars, most will perish within a year. This fate is determined by nature, not by any science we have fabricated here on earth. We have never even developed an environment that didn't require resources from earth.
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@kaia_ An year there is too much.... i feel it’s gonna be max a day or a week That we would be able to survive with present technology plus still we wouldn’t be able to reach back on earth from mars... there’s lotta work to be done.