Friday, May 14

Curiosity rover: Viewing an eclipse from Mars

Curiosity rover: Viewing an eclipse from Mars


What do eclipses seem like on Mars? Nasa rovers see the planet’s moons go in front of the Solar. This series of photos exhibits the moon Phobos as it crossed in entrance of the Sunshine on 26 March, 2019. The photographs have been captured by the Curiosity rover’s telephoto-lens camera, known as its Mast Camera (Mastcam). The images have been sped up by a factor of 10. The entire eclipse lasted about 35 seconds.



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