Posts Tagged 'Mars'

Cooking on Mars [video]

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360° View Panorama From Curiosity Mars Rover

Visit YouTube to see the 360° panorama.

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This image of the downwind face of “Namib Dune” on Mars covers 360 degrees, including a portion of Mount Sharp on the horizon. Use the arrows in the top left, or click and drag your cursor or mouse, to move the view up/down and right/left.

Visit YouTube to see the 360° panorama.

Watch A Blue Sunset On Mars [animated GIF]

“The colors come from the fact that the very fine dust is the right size so that blue light penetrates the atmosphere slightly more efficiently,” Lemmon said in the statement. “When the blue light scatters off the dust, it stays closer to the direction of the sun than light of other colors does. The rest of the sky is yellow to orange, as yellow and red light scatter all over the sky instead of being absorbed or staying close to the sun.”

Read more about it at USA Today.

blue-Mars-sunset

Huge Mars Panorama From Curiosity Rover

360cities.net has a gigapixel panorama recently taken by the Curiosity rover on Mars. Very nice.

Check it out HERE

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One Way Mission To Mars Planned For 2023

Mars-One, a European group is planning to begin to colonize Mars in 2023. Initially, no return to earth is planned, so all astronauts will agree to live out their lives on Mars. Four astronauts will be launched in 2022, and four more will join them every 2 years. There is much more detail about the mission on their web site.

What Happened To Pluto? [video]

Animated Solar System Model

A very nice looking solar system model is available HERE. Not much to do, but take a look at it.

Go to the animation.


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