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Mars Rover Image Releases
This image was taken by Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's front hazard-avoidance camera, providing a circular sign of the success
2/27/04
Circular Signs of the Rock Abrasion Tool
This image taken by the panoramic camera onboard the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity shows the rover's now-empty lander
2/27/04
Opportunity's Empty Nest
This graphic is a screenshot from a computer-generated visualization tool used by Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity scientists
2/27/04
Pre-Planning the "Last Chance"
image of the rock called 'Humphrey'
2/27/04
Heading for Humphrey
Spirit's view of the rocky terrain that lies between it and its intended target
2/26/04
The Bumpy Road Ahead
map shows the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit's travels since arriving on Mars
2/26/04
Getting Closer
the path the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit has traveled since leaving its lander 53 martian days, or sols, ago
2/26/04
Long and Winding Road
three-dimensional model of the rover's landing site
2/26/04
Opportunity Landing Spot Panorama (3-D Model)
windblown waves of soil that characterize the rocky surface of Gusev Crater
2/26/04
Ripples or Dunes?
peak-like formations on the martian terrain at Gusev Crater
2/26/04
Are They Telltale Ripples?
diagram illustrating how windblown sediments travel
2/26/04
Blowing in the Wind
troughs between the waves of windblown soil
2/26/04
The Answer is in the Crests and Troughs
tops or crests of the waves of windblown soil
2/26/04
The Answer is in the Crests and Troughs -2
Sun just over the horizon
2/26/04
The Sun Sets on Mars (Still)
portion of a three-dimensional model of the rover's landing site
2/26/04
Opportunity Landing Spot Panorama Close-Up (3-D Model)
 two regions of the rock outcrop at Meridiani Planum, Mars
2/26/04
Charlie Flats and El Capitan
a region of the rock outcrop at Meridiani Planum, Mars, dubbed 'Charlie Flats.'
2/26/04
Charlie Flats
Left: a region of the Meridiani Planum. Right: chart showing examples of spectra, or light wave patterns.
2/26/04
Charlie Flats Spectra
Top: the 'El Capitan' region of the outcrop at Meridiani Planum, Mars. Bottom: the view obtained from 'Alpha' waypoint station.
2/26/04
El Capitan
semi-circular depression on the right side of this microscopic image resulted from Opportunity's first grinding of a rock on Mars
2/25/04
Opportunity Slices into the Surface of Mars
This graphic dubbed by engineers as the
2/25/04
Grinding Wheel Profile
NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity casts a shadow over the El Capitan area that the rover is examining with tools on its robotic arm
2/24/04
Opportunity at "El Capitan"
image is a traverse map, illustrating Spirit's path over the last 45 sols
2/24/04
Covered Ground
Rover animation
2/23/04
Breaking Martian Ground
Rover image
2/23/04
Draped in the Rover's Shadow
Spirit Shadow over Laguna Trench
2/22/04
Spirit Shadow over Laguna Trench
trench excavated by the rover's left front wheel within the 'Laguna Hollow' area
2/20/04
Spirit Digs a Trench
This graphic is a planning tool used by Mars Exploration Rover engineers
2/20/04
Plotting and Scheming
planning visualization tool used by Mars Exploration Rover engineers
2/20/04
Plotting and Scheming-2
shiny, spherical objects embedded within the trench wall at Meridiani Planum, Mars
2/19/04
The Mystery of the Sparkling Spheres
imprint of the donut-shaped plate on the rover's Moessbauer spectrometer instrument
2/19/04
Moessbauer Nose Print
the crater floor at Meridiani Planum, Mars, before the rover dug a trench
2/19/04
Tiny Pebbles
the partial clotting or cement-like properties of the sand-sized grains within the trench wall
2/19/04
"Stucco" Walls
the partial
2/19/04
"Stucco" Walls-2
the partial
2/19/04
"Stucco" Walls-3
the crater floor at Meridiani Planum, Mars, after the rover dug a trench
2/19/04
Taking a Deeper Look
Mars Exploration Rover Spirit's view from its new location inside the shallow depression dubbed 'Laguna Hollow.'
2/19/04
Wiggling Its Way to Discovery
Rover image
2/19/04
Grooving in Trenchtown (computer animation)
the patch of soil at the bottom of the shallow depression dubbed 'Laguna Hollow'
2/19/04
'Laguna Hollow' Undisturbed
This image mosaic taken by the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's panoramic camera highlights the rover's next target
2/19/04
El Capitan or Bust
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