Mars Curiosity Rover, the exploration robot monitoring the red planet's surface, has sent back a photo of itself at the "Windjana" drilling site.
The rover was taking soil samples which it would then analyse and send back to NASA.
The Rover was able to take the photo using its Mastcam, which took a huge composite image over the course of the day.
The arm is then removed in editing showing the entire rover in high-definition.
The Mars Curiosity Rover successfully landed on August 6 in 2012 and has continued to send pictures of the red planet back.