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Phoenix mission success panorama (the "Peter Pan")

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Phoenix mission success panorama (the This is James Canvin's version of Phoenix' Mission Success Panorama, which includes 150 separate camera pointings taken from sols 13 to 43. Canvin produces his mosaics using software he developed for Mars Exploration Rover panoramas. The DVD, encoded with the names of more than 250,000 Earthlings who signed up to ride along with Phoenix to the surface of Mars, is located on the lander deck just below the scoop on the end of the robotic arm. (The robotic arm appears disembodied because the lander did not take a photo of the arm higher in the air.)

NASA / JPL / UA / Texas A & M / color mosaic by James Canvin

Copyright holder: James Canvin

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Contact us to request publication permission from the copyright holder. Original image data dated on or about July 8, 2008

 

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allycool: 12/29/2012 04:54 CST

I REALY WONDER WHERE WE ARE GOING WITH ALL THE SECRECY COMENTS WHEN I SEARCH THE NASSA PICTURES -- AND ALL THE WRONG INFO THAT THESE EXPORTS DO WITH THE IMAGES WE THINK ARE REAL ?? LOTS OF PEOPLE THINK THAT IT WAS A HOACKS THAT WE EVEN LANDED ON THE MOON --- FAMIOUS ASTRONAMERS EVEN SAY IT CAN'T BE DONE ( I KNOW THE PEOPLE THAT WANT TO DISCREDIT OUR GOOD GUYS , THIS HI TECH CAMRAS AND P/C S CAN DO WONDERS WITH THE PICTURES WE SUPOSADLLY RECIEVED , LIKE NO STARS SHOWING, FLAG WAVEING WHERE THERE IS NO ATMOSPHERE ON MOON ----- WELL EVEN I WONDER -- COMMENTS PLEASE --- BILL NYE-- I TRIED TO E-MAIL BILL BUT NO LUCK --I STILL WANT TO BE A LONG TIME MEMBER -----\ AL

Shinsaku Higashide: 01/01/2013 08:59 CST

This is Very Fine

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