Anaglyphs from Gale Crater

The Curiosity Rover is still sending home stunners. As it continues to image higher-relief terrain, its 3D views from its various cameras will become all the more dramatic. Here are some “lazy” red/blue anaglyphs (for use with red/blue glasses) of recent Navcam images from the rover as it clambers up the central mound of Gale Crater towards Mount Sharp.

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Red/blue Navcam images of the central mound in Gale Crater, sol 2463. Credit: MSL team via Mars Mission Images; D. M. Persaud/UCL.

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Red/blue Navcam “panorama” of the central mound in Gale Crater, sol 2463. Credit: MSL team via Mars Mission Images; D. M. Persaud/UCL.

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