We never see pictures of Curiosity without feeling a little jealous of the view. But this zoomable, movable Martian panorama might be as close as you can get to seeing it for yourself, without leaving Earth's atmosphere.
The panorama was made by Andrew Bodrov using 138 individual shots that he stitched together in a process much like the one that yielded Curiosity's space self-portrait. We are, of course, big fans of robot space selfies.
But we like looking through Curiosity's eyes at the view on Mars even better.
Panorama assembled by: Andrew Bodrov Images by: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS