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Bill Dunford

Bill Dunford is just another desktop astronaut, following the adventures of the robotic spacecraft all across the Solar System. He blogs about his experiences at Riding with Robots on the High Frontier and as @ridingrobots.

Latest Blog Posts

A Clearer Impression of Degas Crater

Posted 2014/10/06 09:31 CDT | 2 comments

MESSENGER is revealing the first planet in sharp detail.

SHARAD: Delving Deep at Mars

Posted 2014/09/22 09:41 CDT | 0 comment

Some of Mars' most important secrets are hiding beneath the surface.

New Postcards from Mars

Posted 2014/08/18 10:34 CDT | 7 comments

The latest snaphots from the "Mars Webcam" include something special.

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Latest Processed Space Images

The Sirenum Fossae Region of Mars

The Sirenum Fossae Region of Mars

Posted 2014/02/10 | 0 comments

Mars Express sent back this view of Sirenum Fossae and the hills of Simois Colles, which are seen on the left side near the middle of the image.

Viking 2 Approaches Mars

Viking 2 Approaches Mars

Posted 2014/02/03 | 0 comments

Mars looms before the Viking 2 spacecraft as it approaches the planet in August, 1976.

Apollodorus Close-Up

Apollodorus Close-Up

Posted 2014/01/27 | 0 comments

A look into Mercury's Apollodorus Crater from the MESSENGER spacecraft.

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