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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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This false-color panoramic image, taken on martian day, or sol, 561 (Aug. 22, 2005) by the Opportunity rover, shows the nature of the outcrop rocks that the rover is encountering on its southward journey across the martian plains to "Erebus Crater."
Opportunity Examines Cracks and Coatings on Mars Rocks
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MRO Streaks Across the Sky
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This image hows several dust devils moving from right to left across a plain inside Mars' Gusev Crater, as seen from the vantage point of NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Spirit in hills rising from the plain.
Dust Devil in Gusev
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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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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Takes to the Skies
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Friends and Family Watch Launch
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Flight Engineering Team Members Enjoy the Launch
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Roy Gladden and TK Revel in Launch Success
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Moriba Jah Awaits Navigation Information
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Todd Bayer and Dan Johnston Rejoice During Launch
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Team Tracks Spacecraft After Launch
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Next Stop, Mars!
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter is Off to Mars!
Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter is Off to Mars!
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With the Atlantic Ocean as a backdrop, an Atlas V launch vehicle, 19 stories tall, with a two-ton Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter on top, roars away from Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station at 7:43 a.m. EDT on Aug. 12, 2005.
Mars Reconnassaince Orbiter Lift-Off
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Launch Postponed
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Preparations at Kennedy Space Center
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Preparations at Kennedy Space Center
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Launch Rehearsal
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