Mars rover Curiosity snapped a selfie on the Martian surface. Curiosity, which touched down inside a 160 km wide Gale Crater in August 2012, snapped a selfie on October 25 at a locale mission team members named "Mary Anning.". The photo is stitched together from 59 images that Curiosity can make with its camera on the robotic arm.
Look at all the dust! It is a good thing it is nuclear powered as Solar panels would have a hard time. Also dents on the wheels can be identified. The surface is probably a clay deposit from what was once a seabed.