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The lander camera for the Mars Pathfinder mission

Stereo Images of the Martian Surface Taken by the IMP

The IMP's two "eyes" enable scientists to make stereo, or "3D," images. Stereo imaging is very useful because it makes it possible to determine distances to objects and sizes of rocks.

These stereo images are all displayed as red/blue anaglyphs. To view them in three dimensions you need red and blue glasses.

NEW! Color Stereo Images

Stereo Super Pan Images by Tim Parker

Horizon Stereo Images

Foreground Stereo Images

Stereo Images of the Rover

Full Stereo Panorama

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