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Mars Rover Image Releases
this image shows a group of boulders informally named 'FuYi'
1/27/06
Gusev Rocks Solidified from Lava (3-D)
this image exhibit many small holes or vesicles in the rocks
1/27/06
Gusev Rocks Solidified from Lava (Approximate True Color)
this image shows similar kind of volcanic rocks on Earth.
1/27/06
Gusev Rocks Solidified from Lava (False Color)
view shows the landscape at the edge of 'Erebus Crater'
1/25/06
Erebus Panorama in Stereo
The scene includes finely-layered outcrop rocks, wind ripples, and small cobbles and grains.
1/25/06
Erebus Panorama (Left Eye)
The scene includes finely-layered outcrop rocks, wind ripples, and small cobbles.
1/25/06
Erebus Panorama (Right Eye)
The scene includes finely-layered outcrop rocks, wind ripples, and small cobbles.
1/25/06
Erebus Panorama (Left Eye in Color)
The scene includes finely-layered outcrop rocks, wind ripples, and small cobbles.
1/25/06
Erebus Panorama (Right Eye in Color)
The white material in this image is brighter than any seen previously by the rover.
1/19/06
Salty Expression (False Color)
Spirit analyzed the bright, yellowish exposures in the lower left part of the frame.
1/19/06
Salty Expression
This image shows the best examples yet seen in Meridiani Planum outcrop rocks
1/6/06
'Festoon' Pattern in Meridiani Outcrop
This image shows approximately 3 kilometers by 3 kilometers centered on the rover's location in the 'Columbia Hills'.
1/3/06
Spirit's Neighborhood in 'Columbia Hills,' in Stereo
Mars Global Surveyor image of Spirit
1/3/06
Spirit Rover on 'Husband Hill'
Mars Global Surveyor acquired an image centered on the rover's location in the 'Columbia Hills.'
1/3/06
Spirit on 'Husband Hill,' with 2004 Comparison
This image shows the 'Erebus' crater.
1/3/06
On the Rim of 'Erebus'
The view shows examples of the dunes and ripples that Opportunity has been crossing
1/3/06
Bird's-Eye View of Opportunity at 'Erebus' (Polar)
Mars Exploration Rover Spirit shows the solar panels still gleaming in the martian sunlight
1/3/06
Still Shining After All This Time

1/3/06
Intricately Rippled Sand Deposits
view of the rover deck and nearby surrounding terrain.
1/3/06
Bird's-Eye View of Opportunity at 'Erebus' (Vertical)
The view is presented with geometric seam correction.
1/3/06
Still Shining After All This Time (Polar)
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