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HiRISE digital terrain model for Jezero Crater candidate landing site

The HiRISE camera team has released a digital terrain model (DTM) for Jezero Crater, one of the candidate landing sites for NASA’s Mars 2020 rover. Information about HiRISE DTMs here; all available DTMs here.

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Tracking Curiosity with HiRISE, vers. 3.0

At the Planetary Society‚Äôs blog site, Emily Lakdawalla has published the third in a series of posts on tracking the progress of Curiosity using HiRISE images. (Previous posts are noted here and here.) “This long post is an attempt to … Continue reading

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Tracking Curiosity with HiRISE, vers. 2.0

At the Planetary Society’s site, Emily Lakdawalla has published an updated post on tracking the progress of Curiosity using HiRISE images: “This long post is an attempt to answer the question: Which HiRISE image should I use as a base … Continue reading

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Following Curiosity with HiRISE

The blog run by Emily Lakdawalla at the Planetary Society’s site has a fascinating and useful post about HiRISE imaging of the area traversed by Mars rover Curiosity on its trek to Mt. Sharp. After explaining how HiRISE works, she … Continue reading

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