The photo was stitched together by NASA researchers from 142 images taken by the Mastcam-Z camera on February 21.
The image shows a desolate region with geological formations, including a wind-carved rock and the rim of Jezero crater, an ancient lake bed where Perseverance landed last week, Deutsche press agency (dpa) reported.
NASA says the state-of-the-art camera system will help scientists examine the atmospheric condition of the crater and identify rocks and sediment from a distance that should be probed by the rover's instruments.
Jim Bell, a researcher with Arizona State University who leads operations of Mastcam-Z, said the image shows Perseverance landed in a "sweet spot."
Perseverance travelled through space for nearly seven months after launching from Cape Canaveral in Florida.
Jezero crater is an area where scientists hope to find evidence that microbes previously existed on Mars. Mars had water on its surface billions of years ago, a fact that has led to speculation that there may have been some form of life on the planet.
Perseverance is expected to study the Mars surface for at least two years as it examines the climate and geology and collects rock and soil samples.
The rover joins NASA's InSight lander, which has been on the Martian surface since 2018, and the Curiosity rover, which landed on Mars in 2012.
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