The Bruce Murray Space Image Library is a unique collection – recent and past photos and videos from the world’s space agencies, artwork, diagrams, and amateur-processed space images. Bruce Murray, Planetary Society cofounder and emeritus director of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, insisted that planetary missions take photos for the public as well as for scientists. Bruce literally helped change our picture of the solar system.
Phobos from Mars Odyssey
THEMIS scans Phobos
Temperature gradient on Phobos
Distribution of subsurface water on Mars from Odyssey
Comparison of Schiaparelli and Opportunity landing locations
Schiaparelli landing site, after landing attempt
Layers in Mars' south polar cap
Sample of early-morning THEMIS VIS images of Mars, July 2014
Mars orbiter comparison
Mars Odyssey imaged by Mars Global Surveyor
I'll save you, robots!
The edge of Mars: THEMIS scan across the Martian limb
Water in Mars' subsurface from Mars Odyssey's Neutron Spectrometer (epithermal neutrons)
Odyssey THEMIS map of Endeavour crater, Mars
Comparison of the pixel scales of Mars orbiters
White Dragon, Black Dragon
The Mighty Sarlacc?
The Southern Reaches
The Great White North
Analyzing Ascraeus Mons
Blink comparison of daytime and nighttime infrared views of Gale crater
Elongated "butterfly crater" on Mars
2001 Mars Odyssey