The rover has taken a picture to show what Earth looks like from more than 100 million miles away. From Mars, our vibrant world of blue and green is reduced to little more than a spec in the sky, barely distinguishable from the stars. Curiosity took the poignant image during its 529th day exploring the Red Planet. “Look back in wonder,” it Tweeted. “My 1st picture of Earth from the surface of Mars.”
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