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HiRISE Team Anxiously Awaits Images
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Dr. Alfred McEwen gives a "high-five" to Eric Eliason
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Testing HiRISE
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Mission Team Members Celebrate Orbit Insertion Success
Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Mission Team Members Celebrate Orbit Insertion Success
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Project Manager Jim Graf shakes the hand of JPL Associate Director for Programs, Project Formulation and Strategy Dr. Firouz Naderi. They are celebrating the spacecraft's successful orbit insertion.
Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Mission Team Members Celebrate Orbit Insertion Success
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Mission Team Members Celebrate Orbit Insertion Success
Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Mission Team Members Celebrate Orbit Insertion Success
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Successfully Enters Orbit Around Mars!
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Mission Team Members Celebrate Orbit Insertion Success
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Optical Navigation Demonstration Near Mars
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter is on the Approach
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The insert in this image is a simulation of what the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter's optical navigation camera images of the Martian moons Phobos and Deimos will look like. The images will not be up-close portraits of the moon like we have from the Viking missions. They will be contextual pictures that will aid navigators in getting the most specific location data, so they know exactly where the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft is before its orbit insertion.
Phobos and Deimos, Prepare to Say 'Cheese!'
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The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter "Follow the Water" theme
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MRO Faces Huge Solar Flare
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter is Already Breaking Records!
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Smooth Sailing
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Full-Frame Reference for Test Photo of Moon
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High-Resolution Mars Camera Test Image of Moon (Infrared)
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High-Resolution Mars Camera Test Image of Moon (Blue-Green)
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High-Resolution Mars Camera Test Image of Moon (Red)
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MRO Streaks Across the Sky
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Howard Eisen - Flight System Manager
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A Pod of Dolphins
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Jim Graf and Howard Eisen
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Pre-launch Press Conference
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Gator Wakes for Launch
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