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Damia Bouic

Damia Bouic

Damia Bouic (France) creates rover panoramas on her blog Marsrovers Images (in French). (UMSF member: Ant103)

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Latest Blog Posts

Sunset on Mars

Posted 2015/05/06 02:07 CDT | 7 comments

Long before Curiosity's landing, the description of the color camera made ​​me dream: I imagined what wonderful pictures we could get of sunsets and sunrises on Mars. They finally came on sol 956, the 15th of April, 2015.

Artist's Drive: A Sol 950 Colorized Postcard

Posted 2015/04/14 02:15 CDT | 1 comment

Amateur image processor Damia Bouic shares the process behind creating stunning panoramas with Curiosity images.

An evening that brought me very close to Curiosity

Posted 2013/02/15 09:00 CST | 3 comments

Damien Bouic received some well-deserved recognition from the Chemcam team for his great Curiosity image processing work.

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Latest Processed Space Images

Telephoto view of sunset on Mars

Telephoto view of sunset on Mars

Posted 2015/05/06 | 0 comments

Curiosity's 100mm Mastcam camera captured this view of the sun setting over Gale Crater on sol 956 of the mission (April 15, 2015).

Sunset on Mars

Sunset on Mars

Posted 2015/05/06 | 0 comments

The 34mm eye of the Mastcam aboard Curiosity took this view of the sun setting over Gale Crater on sol 956 of the mission (April 15, 2015).

Comet jets from close range, October 18, 2014

Comet jets from close range, October 18, 2014

Posted 2014/10/27 | 0 comments

Comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko puts on a show for Rosetta's NavCam in this photo taken on October 18, 2014. It includes rhythmic ridges on the comet's neck as well as small bright streaks that could be particles ejected from the comet, streaking across the Rosetta photo.

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