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Mars Rover Image Releases
This image shows one of the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's first breathtaking views
1/25/04
Meridiani Planum in View
This image taken by the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's panoramic camera
1/25/04
Airbag Seams Leave Trails
This image shows one of the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's first views
1/25/04
Meridiani Planum Soil
This image shows one of the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's first views
1/25/04
Meridiani Planum Soil-2
This color image shows the martian landscape at Meridiani Planum
1/25/04
Meridiani Planum in Color
 image taken by the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's panoramic camera
1/25/04
Airbag Impressions in Soil
image taken by the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's hazard-identification camera
1/25/04
First Look Behind Opportunity
Mars Exploration Rover mission members celebrate Opportunity's successful landing on Mars.
1/24/04
Mars Exploration team celebrates
On the left, JPL's Rob Manning describes Opportunity's entry, descent and landing to California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.
1/24/04
Governor Schwarzenegger in mission control
Mars Exploration Rover Project Manager Peter Theisinger
1/24/04
Mars Exploration team celebrates
Governor Schwarzenegger in mission control
1/24/04
Governor Schwarzenegger in mission control
Former Vice President Al Gore with Mars Exploration Rover team members.
1/24/04
Former Vice President Al Gore
This is a map of the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's predicted landing site at a region on Mars called Meridiani Planum.
1/24/04
Opportunity Landing Site Target Ellipse
This is close-up of the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's predicted landing site at a region on Mars called Meridiani Planum.
1/24/04
Opportunity Landing Site Target Ellipse (Close-up)
This image from the orbiting Mars Odyssey spacecraft shows Opportunity's landing site at Meridiani Planum
1/24/04
Mars Exploration Rover Landing Sites
This image was taken in the early martian afternoon.
1/23/04
Following Spirit's Tracks
This image was taken in the early martian afternoon.
1/23/04
Spirit Lightens the Load
 reenactment of the rover's final 30 seconds
1/23/04
A Flyby Tour of Spirit's Descent
This image shows the path (blue line) taken by the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit
1/23/04
Wind Gusts: No Longer a Rover's Achilles Heel
This image shows the path (blue line) taken by the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit
1/23/04
Bouncing Down to Mars
3-D image combines computer-generated models
1/23/04
On Its Own
computer-generated movie
1/23/04
A Flyby Tour of Spirit's Descent-2
 image on the left is a computer-generated model of Spirit's lander at Gusev Crater
1/23/04
View from above Landing Site
high-resolution image shows a computer-generated model of Spirit's lander at Gusev Crater
1/23/04
Behold Spirit
This image shows, on the left, a close-up of the backshell and parachute Spirit dropped while landing at Gusev Crater on Mars on Jan. 3, 2004.
1/23/04
Spirit's Hardware Up Close on Mars
The bright triangle seen in these images is Spirit's lander
1/23/04
Spirit's Successful Landing
 image mosaic taken by the panoramic camera
1/22/04
Empty Nest
This image shows the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit probing its first target rock
1/20/04
Spirit Switches on Its X-ray Vision
high-resolution image from the panoramic camera
1/20/04
The Mystery Soil
high-resolution image from the panoramic camera
1/20/04
A Puzzling Patch
animation made of images from the microscopic imager instrument
1/20/04
Super Soil?
graph or spectrum captured by the Moessbauer spectrometer
1/20/04
Mysterious Lava Mineral on Mars
graph or spectrum taken by the alpha particle X-ray spectrometer
1/20/04
A Rainbow of Martian Elements
alpha particle X-ray spectrometer
1/20/04
Super Rover's X-Ray Vision
This image taken at JPL shows the Moessbauer spectrometer
1/20/04
A Powerful Yet Tiny Machine
approximate true color image taken by the panoramic camera
1/19/04
They of the Great Rocks
approximate true color image taken by the panoramic camera
1/19/04
They of the Great Rocks-2
 3-D perspective image taken by the panoramic camera
1/19/04
They of the Great Rocks-3
3-D stereo anaglyph image
1/19/04
Approaching Rock Target No. 1
full-resolution image taken by the panoramic camera
1/19/04
Rocks: Windows to History of Mars
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