Images From Viking: A Picture Preview Of Mars

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  1. Viking 2 Image of Mars Utopian Plain Full Resolution: TIFF ( MB) JPEG ( kB) Mars: Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) Viking: xx3: PIA Proposed Mars .
  2. Aug 20,  · UNSPECIFIED - JULY Global mosaic of Viking 1 Orbiter images of Mars taken on orbit 1,, on 22 February The images are projected into point perspective, representing what a .
  3. Jul 19,  · On July 20, , the Viking 1 Lander became the first spacecraft to safely touch down on the surface of Mars. brought Mars to life and set the stage for years of Martian Christine Lunsford.
  4. Sep 03,  · The first color image of Mars taken by Viking 2 on September 5, Click on image to enlarge. (NASA/JPL) The Viking landers each sported a pair of kilogram cameras on their upper deck mounted meters apart to provide stereo views of the landscape.
  5. Jul 18,  · The first color picture of Mars, taken the day after Viking 1 landed on the surface of Mars, July 21, NASA/JPL Now, 40 years later, NASA is Author: Marisa Gertz.
  6. When the image was originally acquired, Viking chief scientist Gerry Soffen dismissed the "Face on Mars" in image A72 as a "trick of light and shadow". [15] [16] However, a second image, A13, also shows the "face", and was acquired 35 Viking orbits later at a different sun-angle from the A72 image.
  7. Taken by the Viking 1 lander shortly after it touched down on Mars, this image is the first photograph ever taken from the surface of Mars. It was taken on July 20,
  8. This color picture of Mars was taken July the day following Viking 1's successful landing on the planet. The local time on Mars is approximately noon. The view is southeast from the Viking. Orange-red surface materials cover most of the surface, apparently forming a thin veneer over darker bedrock exposed in patches, as in the lower right.

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