Copyright: NASA/JPL-Caltech, stitched by Andrew Bodrov
Resolution: 4 Gigapixels
The images for panorama obtained by the two rover's Mast Cameras:
The mosaic, which stretches 90000x45000 pixels, includes 295 images from NAC taken on Sols 136-149 and 112 images from MAC taken on Sol 137.
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