Ooh, Ahh, Here’s a New Mars Curiosity Panorama

February 6, 2014 | Andy Cush

The sheer amount of snow and sleet in recent weeks has left parts of NYC looking like the cratered surface of some distant planet. If you’d rather be looking at foreboding, interminably chilly tundras from afar, though, here’s a new panorama of images from NASA’s Mars Curiosity rover, stitched together by the photographer Andrew Bodrov. According to WiredCurisoity took the photos from atop a dune in an area called the “Dingo Gap.” Click “Full Screen” below and immerse yourself.