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Scientist's Renderings Of The Surface Of Mars Take The Internet By Storm

NASA's Curiosity Rover has been tooling around Mars since August 2012, collecting and analyzing data in hopes of determining whether Mars may be hospitable to past, present, or future life. Now, people are admiring Mars' beauty after scientist Kevin M. Gill tweeted several renderings of the planet's surface — specifically, the area around Gale Crater where the SUV-sized Curiosity has been doing its thing.

The images are computer graphics created with data collected from orbit:

The pics are pretty cool:

Mars continues to fascinate people, for obvious reasons:

Some people are ready to abandon Earth and set their rockets to Mars:

But one Twitter user pointed out an obvious flaw in that plan:

To which Michelle had a perfect response:

H/T: Twitter