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Press Release Images: Spirit
21-Oct-2004
 
 
A Rocky Rim Around 'Bonneville' in 3-D
A Rocky Rim Around 'Bonneville' in 3-D

This stereo view was taken by the panoramic camera on NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Spirit on the rover's 82nd martian day, or sol (March 27, 2004). At that point in its primary mission, Spirit was investigating a rock called "Mazatzal" on the rim of "Bonneville Crater." The image shows rocky terrain surrounding the crater. The rover had to pick its way through that terrain on its way to the "Columbia Hills," in the distance on the left. Rolling terrain is apparent in the mid-distance. Barely visible to the right of the hills is the outline of the distant rim of Gusev Crater.

This View is presented as cylindrical-perspective projection. It combines images from the left and right eyes of the panoramic camera, taken through blue filters on both sides.

Image credit: NASA/JPL/Cornell
Browse Image (99 kB) | Large (2.3 MB)
 
A Rocky Rim Around 'Bonneville' (Left Eye)
A Rocky Rim Around 'Bonneville' (Left Eye)

This view was taken by the panoramic camera on NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Spirit on the rover's 82nd martian day, or sol (March 27, 2004). At that point in its primary mission, Spirit was investigating a rock called "Mazatzal" on the rim of "Bonneville Crater."

This image is the left-eye half of a stereo pair. It shows rocky terrain surrounding the crater. The rover had to pick its way through that terrain on its way to the "Columbia Hills," in the distance on the left. Rolling terrain is apparent in the mid-distance. Barely visible to the right of the hills is the outline of the distant rim of Gusev Crater.

This View, taken through a blue filter, is presented as cylindrical-perspective projection.

Image credit: NASA/JPL/Cornell
Browse Image (73 kB) | Large (1.2 MB)
 
A Rocky Rim Around 'Bonneville' (Right Eye)
A Rocky Rim Around 'Bonneville' (Right Eye)

This view was taken by the panoramic camera on NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Spirit on the rover's 82nd martian day, or sol (March 27, 2004). At that point in its primary mission, Spirit was investigating a rock called "Mazatzal" on the rim of "Bonneville Crater."

This image is the right-eye half of a stereo pair. It shows rocky terrain surrounding the crater. The rover had to pick its way through that terrain on its way to the "Columbia Hills," in the distance on the left. Rolling terrain is apparent in the mid-distance. Barely visible to the right of the hills is the outline of the distant rim of Gusev Crater.

This View, taken through a blue filter, is presented as cylindrical-perspective projection.

Image credit: NASA/JPL/Cornell
Browse Image (78.3 kB) | Large (1.3 MB)
 
Eyeing the Drive Ahead After 'Bonneville' (3-D)
Eyeing the Drive Ahead After 'Bonneville' (3-D)

This stereo view was taken by the panoramic camera on NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Spirit on the rover's 87th martian day, or sol (April 1, 2004), just after Spirit left "Bonneville Crater." It shows the terrain to be covered in the trek towards the "Columbia Hills" in the background. Barely visible to the right of the hills is the outline of the distant rim of Gusev Crater.

This image is a stereo anaglyph in cylindrical-perspective projection. It combines images from the left and right eyes of the panoramic camera, taken through blue filters on both sides.

Image credit: NASA/JPL/Cornell
Browse Image (83.8 kB) | Large (2.7 MB)
 
Eyeing the Drive Ahead After 'Bonneville' (Left Eye)
Eyeing the Drive Ahead After 'Bonneville' (Left Eye)

This view was taken by the panoramic camera on NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Spirit on the rover's 87th martian day, or sol (April 1, 2004), just after Spirit left "Bonneville Crater." It is the left-eye half of a stereo pair. It shows the terrain to be covered in the trek towards the "Columbia Hills" in the background. Barely visible to the right of the hills is the outline of the distant rim of Gusev Crater.

This image, taken through a blue filter, is presented in cylindrical-perspective projection.

Image credit: NASA/JPL/Cornell
Browse Image (67.4 kB) | Large (1.4 MB)
 
Eyeing the Drive Ahead After 'Bonneville' (Right Eye)
Eyeing the Drive Ahead After 'Bonneville' (Right Eye)

This view was taken by the panoramic camera on NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Spirit on the rover's 87th martian day, or sol (April 1, 2004), just after Spirit left "Bonneville Crater." It is the right-eye half of a stereo pair. It shows the terrain to be covered in the trek towards the "Columbia Hills" in the background. Barely visible to the right of the hills is the outline of the distant rim of Gusev Crater.

This image, taken through a blue filter, is presented in cylindrical-perspective projection.

Image credit: NASA/JPL/Cornell
Browse Image (70.4 kB) | Large (1.5 MB)

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