NASA Releases Curiosity's Hi-Res Images of Mountains on Mars
See also: NASA Releases Curiosity's First "True Color" Image of Mars
This week, scientists at NASA gave the world a look at mountains on Mars, taken by the Curiosity Rover.
Mount Sharp is near the rover's landing spot, and was captured here with Curiosity's 100-millimeter telephoto lens and the 34-milllimeter wide angle lens of the Mast Camera. (It also looks a lot like Arizona.)
Check out the full-size photo after the jump ...