The equatorial belt of Mars, with Olympus Mons visible towards the upper left, November 14, 1971-October 27, 1972, 4 gelatin silver prints of a hand mosaic, mounted together, 17¾ x 80 inches (450 x 2020 mm), framed.
Provenance: Robert H. Steinbacher.
PHOTOGRAPH OF A MOSAIC INCLUDING THE AREA BEING EXPLORED BY THE CURIOSITY ROVER. The image shows a belt completely encircling Mars, and covering about half of the planet's surface. Gale Crater, where the Curiosity rover landed, is towards one corner.