On the latest leg of his solo mission, the rover captures images of some sinister sight.
The image shows the far edge of the Galle Crater, a dry lake with a mountain in its center, though much of it is hidden by dust. NASA scientists have asked curiosity to research it to look for signs of a past life.
Curiosity captures the Martian horizon as it travels up the Central Butte, a sloping rock structure looking for sediment that suggests water may have flowed there,
Curiosity is a sophisticated machine designed to explore and explores Mars alone after NASA lost contact with the Opportunity rover during a Martian dust storm.
At this stage of the mission, he analyzes the chemical composition of Central Booth, takes pictures of different types of rocks, otherwise invisible to the naked eye, and analyzes the environmental conditions near Galle Crater.
Curiosity has been NASA's interstellar detective since its Mars debut in 2012. It has scaled the Martian Mountains, found evidence of salt water in its ancient craters, and even snapped selfies with its robotic arm.
After exploring that side of her ass, she will take images from the other side, NASA said.