Flying over Mars (in 3D)

The thought of one day being able to see Mars out the window each morning fills me with hope for the human race - the only race on our planet. To ensure the survival of our species in the long run we need to get 'off the rock' on which we were born. As the... Continue Reading →

Mars in Opposition – and helping NASA release 1000 new images

Every 26 months, Mars is in “opposition” with the Sun. This means that the Sun is on one side of the earth with Mars on the other. Which means that scientists have a direct connection (not quite line of site but close) with NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) allowing for larger data transfers to occur.... Continue Reading →

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