Mars rover sends back first nighttime photos

01/28/2013 | Space.com

NASA's Mars Curiosity rover has taken its first night snapshots, photographing a rock named "Sayunei" in visible and ultraviolet lights. Scientists are assessing the photos, taken using the Mars Hand Lens Imager, for any signs of fluorescent minerals.

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