Curiosity send back first colour pictures from Mars
Nasa's Curiosity rover sends back amazing pictures from the surface of the planet Mars.
Nasa's Curiosity robot has been beaming back its first pictures from Mars.
The pictures show that the rover's key pieces of kit, its cameras, survived the landing. But not all of them are up and running just yet and some of them still have dust caps on, which is why the snaps look a bit grainy.
Some of the snaps sent back are the first colour pictures taken, these show the red dusty atmosphere on the planet.
Curiosity has been fitted with 17 cameras, this one is about four times less powerful as a smart phone! Once the other cameras are up and running the team hope that they'll be able to capture better images of the landscape.
The rover is also looking for any signs that life may have existed on the planet which is thought to be the most similar to Earth.
It's already found the Gale Crater, a huge mount which is thought to be over three billion years old. Scientists think that by taking samples from the area they'll be able to find out more about its history.