Top is supposed photo from Mars showing Venus, Earth and Jupiter lined up.
The arrow points to the letters in the lower left corner. The letters are “NE”. As in, “northeast”.
This is exactly what you see when you use planetarium software on a computer to display the sky. Programs like Starry Night will put the cardinal directions (north, south, and so on) along the horizon to indicate what direction you’re looking. And many of them will display the appearance of the sky from other planets. It’s clear that’s what we have here: a rendered view from Mars using planetarium software.
The last is an actual NASA photo from the Curiosity rover on Mars.