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 Victoria Crater
05.27.09 - Soaring Over Mars
NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter gives us an unprecedented bird's-eye view of the Red Planet.
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 Mawrth Vallis
05.27.09 - Mars Landing for MSL
The High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment in orbit around Mars has examined many possible landing sites for the 2009 Mars Science Laboratory rover, including the Nili Fossae area seen here.
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 This movie shows the full southern hemisphere of Mars from March 19 through April 14, 2009, a period when regional dust storms occurred along the retreating edge of carbon-dioxide frost in the seasonal south polar cap.
04.16.09 - Weather Movie, Mars Southern Hemisphere, March-April 2009
This movie shows the full southern hemisphere of Mars from March 19 through April 14, 2009, a period when regional dust storms occurred along the retreating edge of carbon-dioxide frost in the seasonal south polar cap.
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 This movie shows the southern high-latitudes region of Mars from March 19 through April 14, 2009, a period when regional dust storms occurred along the retreating edge of carbon-dioxide frost in the seasonal south polar cap.
04.16.09 - Weather Movie, Mars South Polar Region, March-April 2009
This movie shows the southern high-latitudes region of Mars from March 19 through April 14, 2009, a period when regional dust storms occurred along the retreating edge of carbon-dioxide frost in the seasonal south polar cap.
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 Candidate for a 2009 Mars Landing
10.11.07 - Candidate for a Mars Landing
The High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment in orbit around Mars has examined many possible landing sites for the 2009 Mars Science Laboratory rover, including the Nili Fossae area seen here.
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 Mars: A Feast for the Eyes
06.26.07 - Mars: A Feast for the Eyes
The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter is providing unprecedented views as it studies the red planet.
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 Mars terrain
10.16.06 - Seeing Mars Better Than Ever
NASA's newest Mars spacecraft, the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, is providing an unprecedented view of the surface of Mars.
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 In this animation, MRO, rotates to get into position for imaging.
05.01.06 - Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Context Imager Instrument Pointing Simulation
This animation highlights the orbiter’s context imager as it took and returned its first image.
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 In this animation, a section of Mars where the HiRISE camera first imaged is highlighted in a muted orange/brown.
05.01.06 - Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter First Images of Mars from HiRISE
This animation highlights the first images returned by the orbiter’s HiRISE (High Resolution Imaging Science Experiement) camera.
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 : In this animation, the MRO spacecraft is set against the black backdrop of space and the muted orange of Mars.
05.01.06 - Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Instrument Pointing Simulation
This animation highlights the first images returned by the orbiter’s HiRISE (High Resolution Imaging Science Experiement) camera.
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 This animation showsMARCI on MRO
05.01.06 - Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Mars Color Imager Instrument Pointing Simulation
This animation highlights the first use of the MARCI (Mars Color Imager) camera on Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.
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 Screenshot from the video 'The Challenges of Getting to Mars: Dip and Drag
04.03.06 - The Challenges of Getting to Mars: Dip and Drag
With the spacecraft safely captured into orbit, the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter team transitions to the next critical phase -- aerobraking. Learn how engineers slow the spacecraft and precisely shape its orbit using the dynamic atmosphere of Mars
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 View the movie 'Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Launch, Mars Orbit Insertion and Aerobraking Animation'
03.07.09 - Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Launch, Mars Orbit Insertion and Aerobraking Animation
Follow the journey of NASA's next generation Mars orbiter during its launch, through the vastness of space and as it reaches critical mission milestones.
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 View the video 'The Challenges of Getting to Mars: Burn and Capture'
03.07.06 - The Challenges of Getting to Mars: Burn and Capture
Find out how engineers prepare the spacecraft and themselves for the complicated engine burn and capture into Mars' orbit.
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 Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter - A Mars Eye Opener video
03.06.06 - A Mars Eye Opener
The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter will see things at Mars in greater detail than ever before.
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 artist's concept of Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter approaching Mars
03.03.06 - Next Leap in Mars Exploration
Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter will bring new capabilities to Mars exploration. The spacecraft arrives at Mars Mar. 10, 2006.
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 View the video 'Challenges of Getting to Mars: Hitting the Bullseye'
02.23.06 - Challenges of Getting to Mars: Hitting the Bullseye
Learn how JPL navigation engineers have guided the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter toward its mission-critical capture into orbit around the red planet.
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 Screenshot from the video 'The Challenges of Getting to Mars: Launch Logistics'
10.12.05 - The Challenges of Getting to Mars: Launch Logistics
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 View the Video 'The Challenges of Getting to Mars - Getting to the Launch Pad'
08.05.05 - The Challenges of Getting to Mars - Getting to the Launch Pad
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 MRO is being prepared for its trip to the launch pad
08.05.05 - Making Ready for Mars
Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter prepares for trip to the Red Planet.
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