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A black-and-white look at the Red Planet

A French designer has created the first art book of HiRISE camera images of Mars

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100 days of science: UA-run camera revealing Mars wonders

100 days of science: UA-run camera revealing Mars wonders

The orbiting HiRISE camera has photographed an array of Mars surface features including these dunes seen in enhanced color.

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UA-run HiRISE camera snaps parachuting rover of Mars rover as it lands

UA-run HiRISE camera snaps parachuting rover of Mars rover as it lands

A crowd gathered early Monday in New York's Times Square watches a live stream of Curiosity's landing on Mars.

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UA-run HiRISE camera snaps parachuting rover of Mars rover as it lands

UA-run HiRISE camera snaps parachuting rover of Mars rover as it lands

The Curiosity lander is seen parachuting toward the surface of Mars and the Gale Crater. The shot was taken by the orbiting HiRISE camera.

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UA-run HiRISE camera snaps parachuting rover of Mars rover as it lands

UA-run HiRISE camera snaps parachuting rover of Mars rover as it lands

It's a happy and relieved scene at the Spaceflight Operations Facility at the Jet Propulsion Lab in Pasadena, Calif. Flight Director Keith Comeaux, right, celebrated with Martin Greco after Curiosity signaled a successful landing on Mars Sunday night.

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UA-run HiRISE camera snaps parachuting rover of Mars rover as it lands

UA-run HiRISE camera snaps parachuting rover of Mars rover as it lands

HiRISE has done it again. The UA Lunar and Planetary Lab team that operates the high-resolution camera aboard the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter captured a clear, stunning image of the Mars rover Curiosity descending by parachute toward the surface of Mars on Sunday night.

August 07, 2012 12:00 am Photos

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UA-led HiRise cam captures image of latest Mars landing

HiRise has done it again - this time, capturing a photo of the NASA rover Curiosity payload descending toward the surface of Mars beneath its parachute.

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