Photos show black and white landscape view of Gale Crater taken as the rover investigates geological formations.
Methane is one of the potential markers to indicate that life once existed on the red planet.
The rover is currently climbing the slopes of an 18-foot-high mountain on Mars.
The drill malfunctioned in December 2016.
The rover used its arm and camera ensemble to take a selfie on the Red Planet's Vera Rubin Ridge.
Fortunately, the scientists behind the rover love a good mystery.
New findings bolster the idea that life once existed on the red planet.