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This view of channels on Mars came from NASA's Mariner 9 orbiter. In 1971, Mariner 9 became the first spacecraft to enter orbit around Mars.
This view of channels on Mars came from NASA's Mariner 9 orbiter. In 1971, Mariner 9 became the first spacecraft to enter orbit around Mars.

Mariner 9 View of Nirgal Vallis

This view of channels on Mars came from NASA's Mariner 9 orbiter. In 1971, Mariner 9 became the first spacecraft to enter orbit around Mars.

Target: Mars
Mission: Mariner 9
Spacecraft: Mariner 9
ID#: PIA15090
Added: 2011-11-21

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Mariner 9 View of Nirgal Vallis

This view of channels on Mars came from NASA's Mariner 9 orbiter. In 1971, Mariner 9 became the first spacecraft to enter orbit around Mars.

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A 'real-time data translator' machine converted Mariner 4 digital image data into numbers printed on strips of paper.
A 'real-time data translator' machine converted Mariner 4 digital image data into numbers printed on strips of paper.

First TV Image of Mars (Hand Colored)

A 'real-time data translator' machine converted Mariner 4 digital image data into numbers printed on strips of paper.

Target: Mars
Mission: Mariner Mars 1964 (Mariner 4)
Spacecraft: Mariner 4
ID#: PIA14033
Added: 2011-04-12

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First TV Image of Mars (Hand Colored)

A 'real-time data translator' machine converted Mariner 4 digital image data into numbers printed on strips of paper.

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This is an enhanced contrast version of the first Mars photograph released on July 15, 1965. This is man's first close-up photograph of another planet, a photographic representation of digital data radioed from Mars by the Mariner 4 spacecraft.
This is an enhanced contrast version of the first Mars photograph released on July 15, 1965. This is man's first close-up photograph of another planet, a photographic representation of digital data radioed from Mars by the Mariner 4 spacecraft.

First TV Image of Mars

This is an enhanced contrast version of the first Mars photograph released on July 15, 1965. This is man's first close-up photograph of another planet, a photographic representation of digital data radioed from Mars by the Mariner 4 spacecraft.

Target: Mars
Mission: Mariner Mars 1964 (Mariner 4)
Spacecraft: Mariner 4
ID#: PIA14032
Added: 2011-04-12

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First TV Image of Mars

This is an enhanced contrast version of the first Mars photograph released on July 15, 1965. This is man's first close-up photograph of another planet, a photographic representation of digital data radioed from Mars by the Mariner 4 spacecraft.

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NASA's Mariner 2 was the world's first successful interplanetary spacecraft. Launched August 27, 1962, on an Atlas-Agena rocket, Mariner 2 passed within about 34,000 kilometers (21,000 miles) of Venus.
NASA's Mariner 2 was the world's first successful interplanetary spacecraft. Launched August 27, 1962, on an Atlas-Agena rocket, Mariner 2 passed within about 34,000 kilometers (21,000 miles) of Venus.

Mariner 2 (Artist's Concept)

NASA's Mariner 2 was the world's first successful interplanetary spacecraft. Launched August 27, 1962, on an Atlas-Agena rocket, Mariner 2 passed within about 34,000 kilometers (21,000 miles) of Venus.

Target: Venus
Mission: Mariner
Spacecraft: Mariner 2
ID#: PIA04594
Added: 2003-06-27

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Mariner 2 (Artist's Concept)

NASA's Mariner 2 was the world's first successful interplanetary spacecraft. Launched August 27, 1962, on an Atlas-Agena rocket, Mariner 2 passed within about 34,000 kilometers (21,000 miles) of Venus.

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