In celebration of the 10th anniversary of Mars Express: a new and enhanced Full Orbit Video generated by multiple images acquired by the VMC camera – the Mars Webcam – on board ESA’s Mars Express
This version is a special ‘MEX birthday preview’. We’ll post a somewhat extended version late next week, to coincide with the next expected VMC image set arriving from Mars (for news, follow the VMC blog http://blogs.esa.int/vmc)
Thanks to the Mars Express Science & operations teams for generating a fabulous, unique-in-our-Solar-System view of the Red planet. And happy Birthday, Mars Express!
Credit: ESA – European Space Agency, CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO
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Flying over Becquerel crater
Mars seen from space
Phobos and Saturn
Mars Express ten year highlights
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