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Mars panorama - made of 817 images

by gkaefer » Mon Jul 09, 2012 11:49 pm

I was not there ;-) I did not shoot the pano ;-)
just found in the media:

in fullsize:
(source of the screenshot attached is above link just resized to 2500 width... and reduzed quality)


full resolution:

I expect the pano was not done with autopano - because of bad stitching result ;-)

It would be really a challenge to get the source images to try it better with autopano


PS: makes fun to feed the fullsize tiff to panotour and create a 360x120 tour ;-))))

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by Destiny » Tue Jul 10, 2012 12:04 am

Emm... in 20 years this will probably be a mining operation.. They discovered heaps of Helium-3 on Mars, heaps on the moon too on the upper layers but Mars has other ore too.. Apparently one bucket of Helium-3 could power a city for a year... Its like uranium but without the radiation.. So therefore clean safe and very efficient... The only prob, is getting it.... So, perhaps this is why NASA spend heaps of $$ to check it out... I guess I watch too many science programs on the ABC science channel... ;) Apparently they will use a reactor onboard the space ship powered by H-3.. Makes sense...

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by wjh31 » Tue Jul 10, 2012 7:20 am

and because NASA images are pretty much public domain, it means we can do soemthing like making it immersive to improve the experience...

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