Mars has been rough on the Curiosity rover. The Verge collected an entire gallery of photographs from when she was shiny-new, and after surviving two years of dust storms and rock fields. Aside from the torn-up wheels, the not-so-little rover is looking pretty good after all her adventures!


Top Image: A growing layer fine dust on on the rover, with rare earth (samarium–cobalt) magnets protecting the ultraviolet sensors. Collage of MAHLI images. Credit: NASA/Mars Weather