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The insert in this image is a simulation of what the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter's optical navigation camera images of the Martian moons Phobos and Deimos will look like. The images will not be up-close portraits of the moon like we have from the Viking missions. They will be contextual pictures that will aid navigators in getting the most specific location data, so they know exactly where the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft is before its orbit insertion.
Phobos and Deimos, Prepare to Say 'Cheese!'
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This synthetic image of NASA's Opportunity Mars Exploration Rover inside Endurance Crater was produced using "Virtual Presence in Space" technology.
Opportunity on Burns Cliff (Simulated)
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In late November 2005 while descending "Husband Hill," Spirit took the most detailed panorama so far of the "Inner Basin," one of the rover's target destination.
Descent from the Summit of 'Husband Hill'
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The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter "Follow the Water" theme
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This image shows a portion of the rim of "Erebus Crater" in the Meridiani Planum region of Mars.
Rim of 'Erebus'
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Hundreds of images taken by Spirit were combined into this 360-degree view of "Husband Hill Summit" and the rover's deck.
Summit Panorama with Rover Deck
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"Flight Through Mariner Valley" Video Still
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These images of a sand "ripple" were acquired by Opportunity using its panoramic camera on sol 644 and its navigation camera on sol 645.
Windblown Ripple 'Scylla'
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Mars Canyon View
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Landslide Run-Out
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High View of Melas
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Winding Side Canyon (Louros Valles)
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Mars Canyon with Los Angeles for Scale
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'Live' Images from Mars at Camera Web Site
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MRO Faces Huge Solar Flare
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Scientifically, perhaps the most important result from use of the Mars Orbiter Camera on NASA's Mars Global Surveyor during that spacecraft's extended mission has been the discovery and documentation of a fossil delta.
Eberswalde Delta in High Resolution
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter is Already Breaking Records!
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Smooth Sailing
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Full-Frame Reference for Test Photo of Moon
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High-Resolution Mars Camera Test Image of Moon (Infrared)
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High-Resolution Mars Camera Test Image of Moon (Blue-Green)
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High-Resolution Mars Camera Test Image of Moon (Red)
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This false-color panoramic image, taken on martian day, or sol, 561 (Aug. 22, 2005) by the Opportunity rover, shows the nature of the outcrop rocks that the rover is encountering on its southward journey across the martian plains to "Erebus Crater."
Opportunity Examines Cracks and Coatings on Mars Rocks
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MRO Streaks Across the Sky
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This image hows several dust devils moving from right to left across a plain inside Mars' Gusev Crater, as seen from the vantage point of NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Spirit in hills rising from the plain.
Dust Devil in Gusev
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