September 04, 2012
First correct color panorama of Mars from Curiosity
The first correct color panorama of Mars from the Curiosity rover is finally on-line (rover added from earlier B&W photos.):
I stitched NASA/JPL-Caltech photos from Mars together into an interactive 360º spherical panorama.
Be sure to go to full screen mode for the maximum awesomeness and stay tuned for next releases.
This panorama has enhanced colors to correspond with colors used by NASA:
138 source images (1200 x 1200 px) from the 34-millimeter Mast Camera on NASA's Curiosity rover were used to stitch together a very high-resolution panorama of 30000 x 15000 pixels:
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much more than cool - fabulous -superb - thank you Andrew and Joe
Posted by: sherlock | Sep 5, 2012 12:27:15 AM
ahhh, makes me yearn for Death Valley
Posted by: rob | Sep 4, 2012 3:32:08 PM
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