NASA creates interactive, 360-degree view of Mars

- NASA gave us a new look at Mars, and it's almost like you are standing on the red planet.

The video is a 360-degree view from the Mars Rover Curiosity.

Right now, Curiosity is parked in front of a dune. The dunes stretch for miles along the base of Mount Sharpe.

The images were taken in December, 2015.

NASA took all the pictures snapped by Curiosity's mast camera and turned it into a 360-dregee view.

You can use your cursor to drag the image around and see what the surface of Mars is like.

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