Composite view 3 of Mars Sol 1998 consists of 15 individual images from the Right Mast Camera (Mastcam) (MSSS-MALIN) on the Curiosity Rover.
Composite view 3 below has been slightly enhanced to remove the hazy effect of the original image above.
This is an interesting composite and brings up the question again, “Does NASA alter/change/redact images they release?” We know that the images that are released are not very good quality & most likely High Definition images exist and are only seen by a few, maybe not even NASA. But take a look at this composite and ask yourself why are there certain areas blurred out?
Some anomalies in the composite image…