Now that Curiosity Rover has started the serious business of analysing the local geophysics (or whatever the equivalent word is for Mars?), we have seen a signifcant number of images of surface rocks and other features. While this 'gazing at its feet' is all very interesting, and important, nevertheless it would be good for Curiosity to lift its High Def telephoto colour imagers to the hills, and show us something of the beauty of the surrounding landscapes. There is some evidence from some of the early B&W imagery that Curiosity finds itself in a pretty spectacular situation. So please can we see something of it - I really like something special on my laptop desktop! Thank you :-)
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Graham Swinerd - I hope to use this page to highlight current major events in space and spacececraft.