“Trade your expectations for appreciation and the world changes for you.” ~Anthony Robbins

“NASA has released what it calls the “largest and highest-resolution panorama” of the surface of Mars ever captured by the Curiosity Rover. This panorama showcases the Glen Torridon, a region on the side of Mount Sharp that Curiosity is exploring, NASA said. The area was home to lakes and rivers billions of years ago. The panorama was taken between November 24 and December 1 last year. While the Curiosity team was off for Thanksgiving, the rover was busy taking almost 1,200 individual images, which constitute the 1.8 billion-pixel view of the Martian landscape.” Credit: NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.  For more information, link here for a cool video.