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Old January 21st 04, 01:27 PM
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Hi all,

I've gone ahead and put together a web interface to the JPL raw imagery.
Substantial improvements over the JPL site include that it notes when new
imagery has been put up, automatic creation of anaglyphs, and automatic
creation of pseudocolor images when the appropriate filters are present.

The site can be found at http://www.lyle.org/mars/ , and an RDF feed is
present at http://www.lyle.org/mars/mars.rdf .

Especially neat is http://www.lyle.org/mars/lander.jpg , a stitched
Pancam L2 image of the lander as seen from Spirit near Adirondack.

Please feel free to pass the site along to anyone you think would be



Michael P. Lyle


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