Picturing a sunset conjures up memories of reds, pinks and golds. On Mars, however, the sunset is a shade of blue.
A magnificent video from NASA's Curiosity rover on Mars shows exactly how the sunset on April 15 looked on the Red Planet.
In a press release, NASA said the rover shot the segment between dust storms.
The government agency also described how the fine dust makes it easier for blue light to filter through.
Curiosity team member Mark Lemmon explained,
It's pretty much exactly the opposite on Earth: Blue lights are scattered in the atmosphere during the day and warmer-toned lights can be seen during sunsets.
Kind of Blue, indeed.