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The Incredible Landing That Started NASA's Epic 10-Year Mars Mission - Wired Science

The Incredible Landing That Started NASA's Epic 10-Year Mars Mission

The Incredible Landing That Started NASA's Epic Mars Mission - Wired Science

On Feb. 4, 2005, NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Spirit had driven about 13 meters (43 feet) uphill toward 'Cumberland Ridge.' 3-D glasses are necessary to view this image.

On Feb. NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Spirit had driven about 13 meters feet) uphill toward 'Cumberland Ridge.

The Incredible Landing That Started NASA's Epic 10-Year Mars Mission - Wired Science

The Incredible Landing That Started NASA's Epic 10-Year Mars Mission

The Incredible Landing That Started NASA's Epic Mars Mission - Wired Science

A rock outcrop dubbed Longhorn and the sweeping plains of the Gusev crater are seen in a 2004 image taken by the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit.

Rover Curiosity lands safely on Mars

A rock outcrop dubbed Longhorn and the sweeping plains of the Gusev crater are seen in a 2004 image taken by the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit.

In 2006, NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Spirit captured a 360-degree view known as the McMurdo panorama. The images were taken at the time of year when Mars is farthest from the sun and dust storms are less frequent.

Mars landing went 'flawlessly,' scientists say

In NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Spirit captured a view known as the McMurdo panorama. The images were taken at the time of year when Mars is farthest from the sun and dust storms are less frequent.

Spirit Mars Rover in 'McMurdo' Panorama

This image called the "McMurdo" panorama, comes from the panoramic camera (Pancam) on NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Spirit. From April through October Spirit stayed on a small hill known as "Low Ridge.

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Image of Earth taken on Mars by Mars Exploration Rover Spirit in 2004

In 2005, NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Spirit snapped this panoramic of the Martian sky just before the sun disappeared behind the rim of Gusev crater on Mars. Credit NASA/JPL-Caltech/Texas A&M/Cornell

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A Nasa conseguiu registrar o Pôr-do-sol em Marte. - All rights reserved / Nasa

NASA's twin Mars rovers, Spirit and Opportunity, have been on the surface of Mars for more than seven years.

The Mighty Mars Rovers: The Incredible Adventures of Spirit and Opportunity (Scientists in the Field Series) by Elizabeth Rusch

The Incredible Landing That Started NASA's Epic 10-Year Mars Mission - Wired Science

The Incredible Landing That Started NASA's Epic 10-Year Mars Mission

This mosaic image taken on Jan. by the navigation camera on the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit, shows a 360 degree panoramic view of the rover on the surface of Mars.

A First From Mars

Humans have sent many missions, both manned and robotic, beyond our planet to explore our neighboring celestial bodies.

The Incredible Landing That Started NASA's Epic 10-Year Mars Mission - Wired Science

The Incredible Landing That Started NASA's Epic 10-Year Mars Mission

First full resolution image from Mars Exploration Rover Spirit panoramic camera, or pan cam

Mars Express and Opportunity Mars rovers, 10 years after launch, missions to Mars just keep going ... and going - Cosmic Log.  Also, Spirit and Curiosity

10 years after launch, missions to Mars just keep going ... and going

The north polar ice cap of Mars, presented as a mosaic of 57 separate images from the High Resolution Stereo Camera on ESA’s Mars Express. The ice cap spans approximately 1000 km and is seen here in polar stereographic projection.

The Incredible Landing That Started NASA's Epic 10-Year Mars Mission - Wired Science

The Incredible Landing That Started NASA's Epic 10-Year Mars Mission

The Incredible Landing That Started NASA's Epic Mars Mission - Wired Science

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