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Gale crater - THEMIS images

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Post  Admin on Tue Dec 20, 2011 7:46 am



Gale crater - THEMIS - night IR
Gale crater - THEMIS images  Gale_c10

1,779px × 1,779px - http://astrogeology.usgs.gov/MSL/release_2009March/Gale_crater/nightIR/Gale_crater_THEMIS_nightIR.png






Gale crater - THEMIS - day IR
Gale crater - THEMIS images  Gale_c11

1,779px × 1,779px - http://astrogeology.usgs.gov/MSL/release_2009March/Gale_crater/dayIR/Gale_crater_THEMIS_dayIR.png







Gale crater - THEMIS - VIS
Gale crater - THEMIS images  Gale_s10

Link - http://astrogeology.usgs.gov/MSL/release_2009March/Gale_crater/vis/Gale_crater_THEMIS_VIS.png (not working?)

Zoomable - http://themis.asu.edu/landingsites/mslsite_42




Astrogeology Science Center

The objective of this work is to improve our understanding of the physical characteristics of the surface at the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) candidate landing sites and to aid in the selection of a final landing location by generating THEMIS-derived daytime infrared (IR), nighttime IR, visible, and thermal inertia mosaics for each MSL candidate landing site. These mosaics are used to address the task of providing maps of surface thermal inertia over candidate landing sites and surrounding terrain at the highest resolution possible.

Link - http://astrogeology.usgs.gov/MSL/



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Post  Admin on Tue Dec 20, 2011 11:15 pm

THEMIS - Gale Crater VISImage Size: 9880 x 9880 Released: 2006-07-14





The visible spectrum image is a mosaic but it has a 'crater like' feature that is repeated .... sherlock



These two features marked here are identical
Gale crater - THEMIS images  Gale_c12




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Gale crater - THEMIS images  Gale_c13





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Gale crater - THEMIS images  Gale_c14



Go here - http://themis.asu.edu/landingsites/mslsite_42

Click on the 'VIS' tab at the top of the image and then you can zoom in on the location.



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