The Atlantic:

It has now been just more than 2,000 days since NASA’s Curiosity Rover landed on the surface of Mars. In the days (or “sols,” as they are called on Mars) since its complex sky-crane touchdown, Curiosity has made countless discoveries with multiple instruments, including drills, lasers, and an array of imaging instruments that so far have sent 468,926 images back to Earth.

Go to the article to view the images Alan Taylor has put together for this piece.