Nasa has released the final images from Mars shot by the Opportunity rover, before it was taken out by the Martian dust storm.
The 360-degree photo is composed of 354 images overall, taken by the rover's Panoramic Camera (Pancam) from May 13th through June 10th. It shows the vehicle's final position in Perseverance Valley located in Endurance Crater's western rim.
The rover lost touch with NASA in June after it reported the approaching storm that ultimately covered its solar panels with dust and rocks.
Opportunity's scientific discoveries contributed to our understanding of the planet's geology and environment, laying the groundwork for future robotic and human missions to the Red Planet.