A Birds Eye View of the Red Planet

 
 
By eweek  |  Posted 2012-05-28
 
 
 

A Birds Eye View of the Red Planet

Spirits rover tracks in the dusty soils of Gusev crater.

A Birds Eye View of the Red Planet

A Birds Eye View of the Red Planet - Columbia Hills

Spirits distant view of the Columbia Hills.

A Birds Eye View of the Red Planet - Columbia Hills

A Birds Eye View of the Red Planet - Tennessee Valley

Spirits view of wind-swept dunes near the summit of the Columbia Hills.

A Birds Eye View of the Red Planet - Tennessee Valley

A Birds Eye View of the Red Planet - Seminole

Rocks and wheel tracks photographed by Spirit during the drive down the Columbia Hills.

A Birds Eye View of the Red Planet - Seminole

A Birds Eye View of the Red Planet - Low Sun

Low-sun shadows and textures photographed by Spirit in Gusev crater.

A Birds Eye View of the Red Planet - Low Sun

A Birds Eye View of the Red Planet - Winter Haven

Spirits panoramic view of her winter 2006 resting place, in Gusev crater.

A Birds Eye View of the Red Planet - Winter Haven

A Birds Eye View of the Red Planet - Leaving Eagle Crater

Opportunity photo of the lander and tracks in Eagle crater.

A Birds Eye View of the Red Planet - Leaving Eagle Crater

A Birds Eye View of the Red Planet - Rainbow Dunes

False color Opportunity mosaic of sand dunes in the bottom of Endurance crater .

A Birds Eye View of the Red Planet - Rainbow Dunes

A Birds Eye View of the Red Planet - Heat Shield Crash

Opportunitys view of the debris where the rovers heat shield crashed to the ground.

A Birds Eye View of the Red Planet - Heat Shield Crash

A Birds Eye View of the Red Planet - Self-Portrait

Self-portrait and surroundings, from images taken by Opportunity and re-projected vertically.

A Birds Eye View of the Red Planet - Self-Portrait

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