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Add Image to Favorite List 1998-06-04 Mars Viking
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Shown here is a digital mosaic of Olympus Mons, the largest known volcano in the Solar System, as seen by NASA's Viking Orbiter 1. Much of the plains surrounding the volcano are covered by the ridged and grooved 'aureole' of Olympus Mons.
PIA00300:
Olympus Mons
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Visual Imaging Subsystem - Camera B
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This mosaic is composed of 18 images, acquired by NASA's Viking Orbiter on September 28, 1977, during revolution 407 of Viking Orbiter 2. The south pole is located just off the lower left edge of the polar cap.
PIA00301:
South Polar Residual Ice Cap
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Visual Imaging Subsystem - Camera B
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This image from NASA's Viking Orbiter 1 shows Reull Valles, a conspicuous southeast-trending fretted channel, dissects wall deposits of the large Hellas impact basin.
PIA00322:
Reull Valles in Approximately Natural Color
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Visual Imaging Subsystem - Camera B
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This image from NASA's Viking Orbiter 2 of West Candor Chasm shows parts of central Valles Marineris, including Candor Chasm (lower left), Ophir Chasm (lower right), and Hebes Chasm (upper right).
PIA00336:
West Candor Chasm, Approximately Natural Color
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Visual Imaging Subsystem - Camera A
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This image from NASA's Viking Orbiter 2 of West Candor Chasm shows much of Melas Chasm and a portion of Candor Chasm (upper right) in central Valles Marineris.
PIA00337:
Melas Chasm, Approximately Natural Color
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Visual Imaging Subsystem - Camera B
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NASA's Viking Orbiter 2 shows Syria Planum-centered volcanism and tectonism produced fractures, narrow to broad grabens, large scarps, and broad fold and thrust ridges that deformed a basement complex.
PIA00338:
Claritas Fossae, Approximately Natural Color
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Visual Imaging Subsystem - Camera B
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NASA's Viking Orbiter 2 shows Tharsis-centered volcanic and tectonic activity resulted in the formation of radial grabens of Memnonia Fossae, which cut materials of the ancient cratered highlands and the relatively young, highland-embaying lava flows.
PIA00339:
Memnonia Fossae, Approximately Natural Color
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Add Image to Favorite List 1997-01-08 Mars Viking
Camera 2
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NASA's Viking Lander 2 captured this image of rocks nearby a large impact crater. Most rocks appear to have vesicles, or small holes, in them.
PIA00363:
Soil Sample Site
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Camera 2
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The rocky Martian plain surrounding NASA's Viking 2 is seen in high resolution in this 85-degree panorama sweeping from north at the left to east at right during the Martian afternoon on Sept. 5, 1976.
PIA00364:
Rocky Martian Plain
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Camera 2
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This is the first photograph ever taken on the surface of the planet Mars. It was obtained by NASA's Viking 1 just minutes after the spacecraft landed successfully July 20, 1976.
PIA00381:
First Photograph Taken On Mars Surface
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Add Image to Favorite List 1996-12-30 Mars Viking
Camera 2
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First panoramic view by NASA's Viking 1 from the surface of Mars taken in 1976. Toward the right edge is an array of smooth fine-grained material which shows some hint of ripple structure and may be the beginning of a large dune field.
PIA00382:
First Panoramic View From The Surface Of Mars
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Camera 2
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First panoramic view by NASA's Viking 1 from the surface of Mars taken in 1976. Toward the right edge is an array of smooth fine-grained material which shows some hint of ripple structure and may be the beginning of a large dune field.
PIA00383:
First Panoramic View From The Surface Of Mars
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Camera 2
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The patch of dark material toward the top of this picture taken by NASA's Viking 1 Lander is the debris kicked up by the impact of a protective cover ejected from the spacecraft.
PIA00384:
Debris Kicked Up By Impact of A Protective Cover from Viking Lander 1
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Camera 2
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NASA's Viking 1 took this high-resolution on its third day on Mars. The photo shows numerous angular blocks ranging in size from a few centimeters to several meters.
PIA00385:
High Resolution Image From Viking Lander 1
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Camera 1
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The letter 'B' or perhaps the figure '8' appears to have been etched into the Mars rock at the left edge of this picture taken by NASA's Viking 1 Lander. It is believed to be an illusion caused by weathering processes and the angle of the sun.
PIA00386:
Example of Weathering And Sun Angle
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Camera 1
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This Mars view looks northeast from NASA's Viking 1 and completes the 360 panorama of the landing site. A layer of haze can be seen in the Martian sky. Large dark boulders dominate the scene.
PIA00387:
Northeast View from Viking Landing Site
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Camera 1
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The flag of the United States stands on the surface of Mars. It is mounted on the housing of NASA's Viking 1's nuclear power system. Also seen are the U.S. Bicentennial symbol and a student-designed Viking emblem.
PIA00388:
The United States Flag Stands On The Surface Of Mars
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Camera 1
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This image from NASA's Viking 1 shows the trench excavated by its surface sampler.
PIA00389:
Trench Excavated By Viking 1 Surface Sampler
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Camera 1
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One of NASA's Viking 1's three feet, which should be visible in this view, lies buried beneath a cover of loose Martian soil.
PIA00390:
Viking Lander's Buried Footpad #3
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Camera 1
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Sand dunes and large rocks are revealed in this panorama picture of Mars, the first photograph taken by NASA's Viking 1's Camera 1 on July 23, 1976. The horizon is approximately 3 kilometers (2 miles) away.
PIA00391:
Sand Dunes And Large Rocks Revealed By Camera 1
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Camera 1
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Those Martian weather reports, received here daily from more than 200 million miles away, start right here at NASA's Viking 1's meteorology instrument. Mounted atop the extended boom, the meteorology sensors face away from the spacecraft.
PIA00392:
The Meteorology Instrument on Viking Lander 1
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Camera 1
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This spectacular picture of the Martian landscape by NASA's Viking 1 Lander shows a dune field with features remarkably similar to many seen in the deserts of Earth.
PIA00393:
Martian Dune Field
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Camera 2
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The dark bullseye pattern seen at the top of NASA's Viking 1's camera calibration chart indicates the presence of magnetic particles in the fine dust in the Martian atmosphere.
PIA00394:
Magnetic Particles Are Found In The Martian Atmosphere
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Camera 2
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The collector head of NASA's Viking 1's surface sampler is full of Martian soil destined for the gas chromatograph mass spectrometer, the instrument which analyzes the surface material for the presence of organic molecules.
PIA00395:
The Collector Head Of Viking Lander 1's Surface Sampler
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Camera 1
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NASA's Viking 2's first picture on the surface of Mars was taken within minutes after the spacecraft touched down on Sept. 3, 1976. The scene reveals a wide variety of rocks littering a surface of fine-grained deposit.
PIA00396:
Viking Lander 2's First Picture On The Surface Of Mars
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Camera 1
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This pair of pictures from NASA's Viking Lander 1 at Mars' Chryse Planitia shows the only unequivocal change in the Martian surface seen by either lander. A high boulder nicknamed 'Big Joe' is shown next to a small-scale slump feature.
PIA00397:
Boulder 'Big Joe' And Surface Changes On Mars
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Camera 2
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Photographic evidence of the successful series of commands to NASA's Viking 1 lander on Mars that unlocked the surface sampler arm is seen in this picture.
PIA00398:
Surface Sampler Arm
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Camera 2
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This rocky panoramic scene is the second picture of the Martian surface that was taken by NASA's Viking Lander 2 shortly after touchdown on Sept. 3, 1976. The site is on a northern plain of Mars known as Utopia Planitia.
PIA00399:
Northern Plains Of Mars
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Visual Imaging Subsystem - Camera A
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During its examination of Mars, NASA's Viking 1 spacecraft returned images of Valles Marineris, a huge canyon system 5,000 km long, up to 240 km wide, and 6.5 km deep. This view shows west Candor Chasm.
PIA00403:
West Candor Chasma
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Visual Imaging Subsystem - Camera B
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This mosaic is comprised of images acquired in 1980 during late northern summer on Mars by NASA's Viking Orbiter 1. The bright yellow region at top is the Arabia region of Mars.
PIA00406:
Hellas Mosaic
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The north polar cap is visible in this projection at the top of the image from NASA's Viking Orbiter 1, the great equatorial canyon system (Valles Marineris) below center, and four huge Tharsis volcanoes (and several smaller ones) at left.
PIA00407:
Global Color Views of Mars
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The Tharsis region of Mars; north toward top. This scene shows the Tharsis bulge, a huge ridge covered by the 3 large aligned Tharsis Montes shield volcanoes (from lower l to r): Arsia, Pavonis, and Ascraeus Mons as seen by NASA's Viking spacecraft.
PIA00408:
Tharsis
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The Alba Patera region of Mars; north toward top. This scene shows a central circular depression surrounded by splays of fractures, named Alba Fossae and Tantalus Fossae, as seen by NASA's Viking spacecraft.
PIA00409:
Alba Patera
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The Amphitrites Patera region of Mars. This scene shows several indistinct ring structures and radial ridges of an old volcano named Amphitrites Patera, as seen by NASA's Viking spacecraft.
PIA00410:
Amphitrites Patera
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A color image of the Apollinaris Patera Region of Mars; north toward top, taken by NASA's Viking spacecraft.
PIA00411:
Apollinaris Patera
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The Elysium Region of Mars; north toward top. This scene shows the Elysium Mons volcano (center), Hecates Tholus (to the north), Albor Tholus (to the south), and the depressions of Elysium Fossae, as seen by NASA's Viking spacecraft.
PIA00412:
Elysium
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A fine channel networks on Mars. This scene shows heavily cratered highlands dissected by dendritic open channel networks that dissect steep slopes of impact crater walls, as seen by NASA's Viking spacecraft.
PIA00413:
Fine Channel Networks
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Ma'adim Vallis region of Mars. This image shows the 600-km-long channel that drained into impact crater Gusev. Crater Gusev is about 160 km in diameter, as seen by NASA's Viking spacecraft.
PIA00414:
Ma'adim Vallis
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Hadriaca Patera on the northeast rim of Hellas basin of Mars. This scene shows a central circular depression surrounded by low radial ridges and, at the bottom of the image, the channel of Dao Vallis, as seen by NASA's Viking spacecraft.
PIA00415:
Hadriaca Patera
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A color image fro NASA's Viking Orbiter of the Hellas Planitia region of Mars; north toward top. The scene shows the Hellas plain within the 1,800- km-diameter Hellas basin, an ancient impact basin.
PIA00416:
Hellas Planitia
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Nilosyrtis Mensae region of Mars containing the impact craters Antoniadi and Baldet (south to north) in the lower left corner; north toward top, as seen by NASA's Viking spacecraft.
PIA00417:
Nilosyrtis Mensae
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This image from NASA's Viking Orbiter 2 is of the south Chryse basin Valles Marineris outflow channels on Mars. The scene shows on the southwest corner the chaotic terrain of the east part of Valles Marineris and two of its related canyons.
PIA00418:
Chryse Outflow Channel
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Scamander Vallis on Mars; north toward top. This scene shows heavily cratered highlands dissected by the slightly sinuous gully of Scamander Vallis, as seen by NASA's Viking spacecraft.
PIA00419:
Scamander Vallis
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Ismenius Lacus region of Mars containing the impact crater Moreux. This scene shows heavily cratered highlands in the south on relatively smooth lowland plains in the north separated by a belt of dissected terrain, as seen by NASA's Viking spacecraft.
PIA00420:
Crater Moreux
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Tyrrhena Patera Region of Mars. Theis scene shows a central circular depression surrounded by circular fractures and highly dissected horizontal sheets, as seen by NASA's Viking spacecraft.
PIA00421:
Tyrrhena Patera
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Valles Marineris, the great canyon of Mars. This scene shows the entire canyon system, extending from Noctis Labyrinthus, the arcuate system of graben to the west, to the chaotic terrain to the east, as seen by NASA's Viking spacecraft.
PIA00422:
Valles Marineris
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Visual Imaging Subsystem - Camera B
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This view from NASA's Viking Orbiter 1 shows east Candor Chasma, one of the connected valleys of Valles Marineris. The Viking 1 craft landed on Mars in July of 1976.
PIA00424:
East Candor Chasma
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During its examination of Mars, NASA's Viking 1 spacecraft returned images of Valles Marineris, a huge canyon system, whose connected chasma or valleys may have formed from a combination of erosional collapse and structural activity.
PIA00425:
Ophir Chasma
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Valles Marineris, the great canyon and the south Chryse basin-Valles Marineris outflow channels of Mars. This scene shows the entire Valles Marineris canyon system extending from Noctis Labyrinthus, as seen by NASA's Viking spacecraft.
PIA00426:
Valles Marineris and Chryse Outflow Channels
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Camera 2
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Two high-resolution scans by one of NASA's Viking 2's cameras were mosaiced to create this scene looking northeast to the horizon some three kilometers (two miles) away.
PIA00525:
High-Resolution Mosaic - Mars Rocky Horizon
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Camera 1
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A shallow 12-inch-long trench was dug by Viking 2's surface sampler scoop on Sept. 12, 1976 on Mars.
PIA00526:
Trench Left By Sampler Scoop
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Camera 2
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Shining on the Martian surface near NASA's Viking 2 spacecraft is the aluminum shroud, or cover, which protected the collector head of the surface sampler instrument during Viking's year-long journey from Earth.
PIA00527:
Ejected Shroud on the Martian Surface
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Camera 2
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NASA's Viking 2's soil sampler collector arm successfully pushed a rock on the surface of Mars during the afternoon of Friday, Oct. 8, 1977.
PIA00528:
'Mister Badger' Pushing Mars Rock
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Camera 1
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This six-inch-deep, 12- inch-wide, 29-inch-long hole was dug Feb. 12 and 14, 1976 by NASA's Viking Lander 1 as the first sequence in an attempt to reach a foot beneath the surface of the red planet Mars.
PIA00529:
VL1 Digs A Deep Hole On Mars
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Camera 2
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NASA's Viking Lander 2 picture from Utopia Planitia shows the first clear indication of frost accumulation on the Martian surface seen by lander cameras. The season is late winter, Sept. 13, 1977.
PIA00530:
Frost on Utopia Planitia
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Camera 2
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NASA's Viking Lander 1 took this image of Mars' rocky surface.
PIA00531:
Viking Phase III
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Camera 1
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This image shows surface changes on Mars between touchdowns for NASA's Viking Lander 1 and Viking Lander 2 between Aug. 15, 1976 and Sept. 20, 1978. Whale Rock is shown at left.
PIA00532:
Surface Changes in Chryse Planitia
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Camera 2
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This high-resolution photo of the surface of Mars was taken by NASA's Viking Lander 2 at its Utopia Planitia landing site on May 18, 1979 and relayed to Earth by Viking Orbiter 1 on June 7.
PIA00533:
Ice On Mars
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Camera 2
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This color picture of Mars was taken July 21, 1997, the day following NASA's Viking l successfully landed on the red planet.
PIA00563:
First Color Image From Viking Lander 1
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Camera 1
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NASA's Viking 1 obtained this color picture of the Martian surface and sky on July 24, 1997; part of the spacecraft's gray structure in the foreground.
PIA00564:
Vivid Colors of the Viking Lander 1 Scene
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Camera 1
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The flag of the United States with the rocky Martian surface in the background is seen in this color picture taken on the sixth day of NASA's Viking Lander 1 on Mars on July 26, 1997.
PIA00565:
Viking Lander 1's U.S. Flag on Mars Surface
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Camera 2
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This color image of the Martian surface in the Chryse area was taken by NASA's Viking Lander 1, looking southwest, about 15 minutes before sunset on the evening of August 21, 1997.
PIA00567:
Sunset at the Viking Lander 1 Site
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Camera 2
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The first color picture taken by NASA's Viking 2 on the Martian surface shows a rocky reddish surface in 1997.
PIA00568:
First Color Image of the Viking Lander 2 Site
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Camera 2
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Looking south from NASA's Viking 2 on Sept. 6, 1997, the orange-red surface of the nearly level plain upon which the spacecraft sits is seen strewn with rocks as large as three feet across.
PIA00569:
Bright Summer Afternoon on the Mars Utopian Planitia
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Camera 1
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This high-resolution color photo of the surface of Mars was taken by NASA's Viking Lander 2 at its Utopia Planitia landing site on May 18, 1979, and relayed to Earth by Orbiter 1 on June 7.
PIA00571:
Ice on Mars Utopia Planitia Again
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Camera 1
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Near NASA's Viking 1 Lander on the Chryse Plains of Mars, 'Big Joe' stands a silent vigil.
PIA00572:
Big Joe in the Chryse Planitia
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Camera 2
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This image taken on Sept. 25, 1977 from NASA's Viking Lander 2 shows late-winter frost on the ground on Mars around the lander. The view is southeast over the top of Lander 2, and shows patches of frost around dark rocks.
PIA00573:
Frost at the Viking Lander 2 Site
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Camera 2
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A Martian sunrise was captured in this image taken by NASA's Viking 2 Lander on June 14, 1978, at the spacecraft's Utopia Planitia landing site.
PIA00576:
Martian Sunrise at Utopia Planitia
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Mars Orbiter Camera (MOC)
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This image is the first view of Mars taken by NASA's Mars Global Surveyor Orbiter Camera (MOC). It was acquired the afternoon of July 2, 1997 when the MGS spacecraft was 17.2 million kilometers (10.7 million miles) and 72 days from encounter.
PIA00606:
Mars Global Surveyor Approach Image
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Mars Orbiter Camera (MOC)
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NASA's Hubble and Mars Global Surveyor shows the progress of a regional dust storm within the Valles Marineris canyons on Mars.
PIA00607:
Hubble and Mars Global Surveyor Views of Dust Storm on Mars
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This picture from NASA's Mars Pathfinder was taken in the martian morning, after the spacecraft landed on Mars July 4, 1997. The Sojourner rover is perched on one of three solar panels.
PIA00608:
Rover, Airbags & Martian Terrain
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Large boulders are visible in this enlargement of pictures taken by the Imager for NASA's Mars Pathfinder (IMP) lander camera on July 4, 1997.
PIA00609:
Large Boulders at Landing Site
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Large boulders are visible in this enlargement of pictures taken by NASA's Mars Pathfinder lander camera on July 4, 1997. The landing site is in the dry flood channel named Ares Valles.
PIA00610:
Martian terrain near Pathfinder
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This is one of the first pictures taken by the camera on NASA's Mars Pathfinder lander shortly after its touchdown at 10:07 AM Pacific Daylight Time on July 4, 1997. The small rover, named Sojourner, is seen in the foreground.
PIA00611:
Pathfinder's Rover, Airbags, & Martian Terrain
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This image of the Martian surface was taken in the afternoon of NASA's Mars Pathfinder's first day on Mars. Taken by the Imager for Mars Pathfinder (IMP camera), the image shows a diversity of rocks strewn in the foreground.
PIA00612:
Martian Surface & Pathfinder Airbags
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NASA's Mars Pathfinder took this image of surrounding terrain in the mid-morning on Mars (2:30 PM Pacific Daylight Time) in 1997. Part of the small rover, Sojourner, is visible on the left side of the picture.
PIA00613:
Martian Terrain, Unfurled Rover Ramps & Deflated Airbags
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This image from the Imager for Mars Pathfinder (IMP) camera shows the rear part of NASA's Sojourner rover, the rolled-up rear ramp, and portions of the partially deflated airbags.
PIA00614:
Airbags and Sojourner Rover
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Portions of NASA's Mars Pathfinder's deflated airbags, a large rock in mid-field, and a hill in the background are seen during the spacecraft's first day on the Red Planet. Pathfinder successfully landed on Mars at 10:07 a.m. PDT on July 4, 1997.
PIA00615:
Terrain at Landing Site
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Several objects were imaged by NASA's Mars Pathfinder (IMP) during the spacecraft's first day on Mars, July 4, 1997. Portions of the deflated airbags, part of one the lander's petals, soil, and several rocks are visible.
PIA00616:
Lander, Airbags, & Martian Terrain
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This image from July 4, 1997, shows that NASA's Mars Pathfinder airbags have been successfully retracted, allowing safe deployment of the rover ramps.
PIA00617:
Airbag Retraction
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This image shows that NASA's Mars Pathfinder airbags have been successfully retracted, allowing safe deployment of the rover ramps. Mars Pathfinder landed successfully on the surface of Mars July 4, 1997 at 10:07 a.m. PDT.
PIA00618:
Airbag Retraction
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This image of the Martian surface was taken by the Imager for NASA's Mars Pathfinder (IMP) before sunset on July 4, 1997 (Sol 1), the spacecraft's first day on Mars.
PIA00619:
Rover, Airbags, & Surrounding Rocks
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Several prominent features of NASA's Mars Pathfinder and surrounding terrain are seen in this image, taken by the Imager for Mars Pathfinder on July 4 (Sol 1), the spacecraft's first day on the Red Planet.
PIA00620:
Radiation Calibration Targets
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NASA's Sojourner rover and undeployed ramps onboard NASA's Mars Pathfinder spacecraft can be seen in this image, by the Imager for Mars Pathfinder (IMP) on July 4, 1997 (Sol 1).
PIA00621:
Color Mosaic of Rover & Terrain
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This photomosaic was taken by NASA's Imager for Mars Pathfinder (IMP) camera on July 4, 1997 between 4:00-4:30 p.m. PDT. The foreground is dominated by the lander, newly renamed the Sagan Memorial Station after the late Dr. Carl Sagan.
PIA00622:
360-degree Panorama of Martian Surface
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This picture taken by the IMP (Imager for Mars Pathfinder) aboard NASA's Mars Pathfinder spacecraft depicts the rover Sojourner's position after driving onto the Martian surface in 1997.
PIA00623:
Rover Touchdown on Martian Surface
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Areas of rocky Martian terrain are seen in this image, taken by the Imager for NASA's Mars Pathfinder (IMP) on July 5, 1997 (Sol 2). Portions of a lander petal and deflated airbag are at lower left.
PIA00625:
High-gain Antenna & Terrain
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A close-up of the rectangular rock called 'Flat Top' from NASA's Mars Pathfinder (MPF) rover Sojourner in July, 1997.
PIA00626:
"Flat Top"
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NASA Mars Pathfinder's rear rover ramp can be seen successfully unfurled in this image, taken at the end of July 5, 1997 Sol 2 by the Imager for Mars Pathfinder (IMP).
PIA00627:
Pathfinder Rear Ramp
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NASA's Mars Pathfinder's forward rover ramp can be seen successfully unfurled in this image, taken at the end of July 5, 1997 (Sol 2) by the Imager for Mars Pathfinder (IMP).
PIA00628:
Pathfinder Ramp Deploy Image
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This image taken by NASAs Mars Pathfinder on July 5, 1997 (Sol 2), is of the smaller rock Barnacle Bill, and the larger rock nicknamed Yogi.
PIA00629:
Soil and Rock "Yogi"
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The left portion of this image, taken by the Imager for NASAs Mars Pathfinder (IMP) on July 5, 1997, Sol 2, shows a portion of the large rock nicknamed 'Yogi.'
PIA00630:
Terrain and Rock "Yogi"
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NASAs undeployed Sojourner rover is seen still latched to a lander petal in this image, taken on July 4, 1997, the lander's first day on Mars. Portions of a petal and deflated airbag are in the foreground.
PIA00631:
Sojourner & Terrain
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NASA's undeployed Sojourner rover is seen still latched to a lander petal in this image, taken on July 4, 1997, the lander's first day on Mars. Portions of a petal and deflated airbag are in the foreground.
PIA00632:
Sojourner & Terrain
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Rover Cameras
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Tracks made by NASA's Sojourner rover are visible in this image, taken by one of the cameras aboard Sojourner on July 6, 1997. The tracks represent the rover maneuvering towards the rock dubbed Barnacle Bill.
PIA00633:
Rover Tracks
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NASA's Sojourner's first analysis of a rock on Mars began on Sol 3 with the study of Barnacle Bill, a nearby rock named for its rough surface. The image was taken by the Imager for Mars Pathfinder (IMP) after its deployment on Sol 3.
PIA00634:
Sojourner's APXS studies "Barnacle Bill"
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This is one of the first images taken by one of NASA's three Sojourner rover cameras on July 7, 1997. At right, portions of the lander's deflated airbags and circular high-gain antenna are visible.
PIA00635:
Sojourner's View of the Lander
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'Flat Top,' the rectangular rock at lower right, is part of a stretch of rocky terrain in this image, taken by NASA's deployed Imager for Mars Pathfinder (IMP) on July 7, 1997.
PIA00636:
"Flat Top" & Rocky Terrain
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The two hills in the distance, approximately one to two kilometers away, have been dubbed the 'Twin Peaks.' The image was taken by NASA's Imager for Mars Pathfinder (IMP) after its deployment on July 7, 1997.
PIA00637:
Twin Peaks
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Sojourner is visible in this image, one of the first taken by NASA's deployed Imager for Mars Pathfinder (IMP) on July 7, 1997.
PIA00638:
Sojourner near "Barnacle Bill"
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