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Mars Rover Image Releases
 image captured by the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's rear hazard-identification camera
1/31/04
Opportunity on Its Own
 image shows the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's view
1/31/04
No Looking Back
spectrum captured by the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's mini-thermal emission spectrometer
1/31/04
Hematite on Mars!
image mosaic captured by the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's navigation camera shows the rover and the now-empty lander
1/31/04
Opportunity and Its Mother Ship
 image shows a screenshot from the software used by engineers
1/31/04
Virtual Rover on Its Own
 3-D image captured by the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's rear hazard-identification camera
1/31/04
Vacant Lander in 3-D
first images sent back from the panoramic camera
1/30/04
Recovering Spirit Sets Sight on Cake
 image from the rear hazard-identification camera
1/30/04
Opportunity Prepares for Egress
3-D topographic map shows the martian crater
1/30/04
Unique Opportunity
3-D contour map shows the martian crater currently cradling the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity
1/30/04
An Intimate Look at a Martian Crater
 image was taken by the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit front hazard-identification camera
1/30/04
Adirondack Under the Microscope
close-up look at the martian rock dubbed Adirondack
1/30/04
Adirondack's Finer Side
overhead look at the martian rock dubbed Adirondac
1/30/04
Adirondack Under the Microscope-2
This spectrum - the first taken of a rock on another planet - reveals the different iron-containing minerals
1/30/04
Adirondack's Inner Self
 image from the navigation camera on the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity
1/30/04
Opportunity Egress Aid Contacts Soil
This animation strings together three images from the rear hazard-identification camera on the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity.
1/30/04
Opportunity Lowers for Egress (animation)
This image taken at JPL shows engineers testing the route by which the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity
1/30/04
Engineers Test Roll-Off at JPL
the first picture from Spirit since problems with communications began a week earlier
1/28/04
Recovering Spirit Sends a New Picture
high-resolution image
1/28/04
Geologist's Treasure Trove
high-resolution image
1/28/04
Opportunity Rocks Again!
high-resolution image
1/28/04
Opportunity Rocks!
 image captured by the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's panoramic camera
1/28/04
Shades and Shapes of Mars

1/28/04
Airbag Tracks on Mars
This image shows the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's wheels i
1/28/04
An Opportunity to Rise
 inflated airbags
1/28/04
Tracks 'Seam' Like Airbags
A composite image reveals the local region surrounding the Challenger Memorial Station.
1/28/04
Challenger Memorial Station, Meridiani Planum, Mars
animation strings together images from the rover's front hazard-identification camera
1/28/04
A Higher Opportunity
This sweeping look at the unusual rock outcropping near the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity
1/27/04
Not of this Earth
sweeping look at the unusual rock outcropping near the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity
1/27/04
Not of this Earth-2
sweeping look at the unusual rock outcropping near the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity
1/27/04
Not of this Earth (3-D)
This three-dimensional model superimposes the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity on one of its potential targets
1/27/04
A Precious Opportunity
An image taken from Spirit's PanCam looking west
1/27/04
NASA Dedicates Martian Landmarks To Apollo 1 Crew
The interior of a crater surrounding the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity
1/26/04
A Hole in One
This polar projection of an image from the navigation camera on the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity
1/26/04
Ring Around the Rover
image from the navigation camera on the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity
1/26/04
Over the Rover
This
1/25/04
A Curious Landscape
Scientists believe the circular feature in this image to be a crater near the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity.
1/25/04
Crater Down Below
Scientists believe the circular feature in this image to be a crater near the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity.
1/25/04
Crater Down Below-2
Scientists believe the circular feature in this image to be a crater near the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity.
1/25/04
Crater Down Below-3
 360-degree panorama
1/25/04
First Panoramic Look at Meridiani Planum, Mars
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