This story is part of Welcome to Mars, our series exploring the red planet. While the first GIF shows a view that includes the Martian landscape, a second movie shows the clouds moving directly above Curiosity. Together, they tell a story. “Scientists can calculate how fast the clouds are moving — and how high they are in the sky — by comparing the two perspectives,” NASA said.
Hey, hey, you, you, check out my Mars clouds.
Curiosity is in residence in the Gale Crater on Mars. The rover has delivered some fascinating cloud observations since it landed in 2012, including that come in pastel hues.
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