After photographs, NASA has now released a 360-degree video of Mars. The space agency teamed up with Facebook to produce the imagery based on footage captured by the space NASA’s Curiosity Mars Rover.
The team at NASA stitched together photographs taken by its Curiosity rover to form this 360 view on the surface of Mars.
This imagery was shot around the Namib Dune on Mars, part of the dark-sand Bagnold Dunes along the north-western flank of Mount Sharp.
Mark Zuckerberg himself shared the video on Facebook and said "This is just the beginning of what we can do with virtual reality and 360 video.