The bright spot in the distance was photographed days before the rover detected a possible sign of life on the Red Planet.
But that doesn't necessarily mean the Curiosity rover has found evidence of life.
The space rock was located in a region where conditions once favored life.
NASA's Curiosity Rover snaps another great shot!
The panoramic scenes were captured from the "highest viewpoints" Curiosity has reached to date, said NASA.
Curiosity captures the Red Planet in all its glory.
The Mars rover is currently exploring the red planet's active Bagnold Dunes.
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Another ingredient for life has been found on Mars. The space agency was quick to note that "there is no evidence to suggest
A paper describing the detection of methane was published online on Dec. 16 in the journal Science. Using its onboard Sample
Mars enthusiasts believe they’ve spotted a skull on the red planet, but even more interesting, there are mars enthusiasts that are looking for skulls on the red planet.