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Kevin Gill

Kevin Gill

Kevin Gill is a software engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory working on data visualization and analysis projects. He has long loved planetary imaging and constantly works to improve his data processing skill and capability. He also experiments in creating computer generated astronomical art visualizing scientifically-backed themes. He lives in Santa Clarita, CA with his wife and three children. Kevin can be found on Twitter as @kevinmgill, and Instagram as @apoapsys. His work can be found on his Flickr page.

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Latest Blog Posts

Need a break from Earth? Go stand on Mars with these lovely landscapes

Posted 2017/01/25 09:01 CST | 6 comments

Amateur space image processor Kevin Gill shares some of his stunning 3D images of Mars, created from real spacecraft data.

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Latest Processed Space Images

Sinuous ridges in the Aeolis-Zephyria region, Mars

Sinuous ridges in the Aeolis-Zephyria region, Mars

Posted 2017/01/25 | 1 comments

This false color view sand ripples among sinuous ridges was created using a digital terrain model (DTM) from the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera aboard NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.

North polar gypsum dunes in Olympia Undae

North polar gypsum dunes in Olympia Undae

Posted 2017/01/25 | 0 comments

This false color view was created using a digital terrain model (DTM) from the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera aboard NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.

Bedrock exposure in landslide scarp

Bedrock exposure in landslide scarp

Posted 2017/01/25 | 0 comments

This false color view of bedrock exposures in a landslide scarp in Coprates Chasma—part of Valles Marineris—was created using a digital terrain model (DTM) from the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera aboard NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.

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