Mars Rover 125,000 photos to be tracked by Google Photos

    Mars Rover has 125,000 photos and to keep track of it is a gigantic task. So, Google and NASA’s Mars Perseverance Rover is collaborating to divide a compilations of its images captured on Mars.

    “There’s no better landscape photographer than a Mars rover. So here’s a fun little thought experiment: What if @NASAPersevere used Google Photos to keep track of all 125,000+ pics it’s taken on Mars in the last six months?” read a post on Google’s official twitter handle.

    When you’re in a new land, you can’t help but take lots of pictures – The Rover RT

    The rover retweeted the same with a quote, asking users to vote their favourites. “When you’re in a new land, you can’t help but take lots of pictures. In my six months as a Martian resident, I’ve built up quite a collection. See all my photos here, and even upvote your favorites to become Image of the Week,” tweeted the rover.


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