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English: Jet Propulsion Laboratory: "This "postcard" or mini-panorama was taken by NASA's Spirit rover on martian day, or sol, 582 (August 23, 2005), just as the rover finally completed its intrepid climb up Husband Hill. The summit appears to be a windswept plateau of scattered rocks, little sand dunes and small exposures of outcrop. The breathtaking view here is toward the north, looking down into the drifts and outcrops of the "Tennessee Valley," a region that Spirit was not able to visit during its climb to the top of the hill.

The approximate true-colour postcard spans about 90 degrees and consists of images obtained by the rover's panoramic camera during 18 individual pointings. At each pointing, the rover used three of its panoramic filters (600, 530 and 480 nanometers)."

  • Target Name: Mars
  • Is a satellite of: Sol (our sun)
  • Mission: Mars Exploration Rover (MER)
  • Spacecraft: Spirit
  • Instrument: Panoramic Camera
  • Product Size: 6592 samples x 3077 lines
  • Produced By: Cornell University
Category:Images of Mars
Date August 23, 2005
(2 September 2006 (first version); 9 September 2005 (last version))
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