In Focus: The View Of Mars So Far
Two Viking spacecraft were launched towards Mars by NASA in 1975, each carrying a lander spacecraft and an orbiter. Both successfully landed their probes on Mars to study the Martian environment, soil constituents and to search for...More
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Administrator Charles Bolden speaks about the Curiosity rover during an event at NASA headquarters, August 6, 2013 in Washington, DC. The event was held to observe the first anniversary of NASA's Curiosity rover landing on Mars.
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In this handout image supplied by the European Space Agency (ESA) on July 16, 2008, The Echus Chasma, one of the largest water source regions on Mars, is pictured from ESA's Mars Express. The data was acquired on September 25, 2005....More
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Phoenix principal investigator, University of Arizona, Peter Smith (L) and Phoenix project manager, JPL, Barry Goldstein address a final press conference before an illustrative video of the Phoenix Mars Lander approaching Mars at Jet...More
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Artist's conception of NASA Mars 2003 Rover probing Martian surface.
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Nasa Topographic Maps Of Mars Released May 27, 1999. The Maps, Which Show High Altitudes As Red, Yellow As Sea Level And Blue As Below Sea Level, Were Created By Pulses Of Laser Light Beamed At Millions Of Points Around The Planet From...More
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First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton listens to former Mars project manager Donna Shirley (L) along with a group of local children as they tour the new ''Mars Millennium'' exhibition at the National Air & Space Museum in Washington, DC.
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A poster for Lesley Selander's 1951 science fiction film 'Flight To Mars', starring Marguerite Chapman and Cameron Mitchell.
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The Director Of Philadelphia'S Planetarium Pointing Out One Of The Canals On The Planet Mars In 1945.
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