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Why Didn't NASA Release A Full Size Zoomable Version Of This Picture On Mars?

 
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Why Didn't NASA Release A Full Size Zoomable Version Of This Picture On Mars?
One of Curiosity's latest pictures, looks like it could be very interesting to get closer. But this is as big as it gets.

[link to www.nasa.gov]
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Re: Why Didn't NASA Release A Full Size Zoomable Version Of This Picture On Mars?
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09/20/2012 12:32 PM

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Re: Why Didn't NASA Release A Full Size Zoomable Version Of This Picture On Mars?
One of Curiosity's latest pictures, looks like it could be very interesting to get closer. But this is as big as it gets.

[link to www.nasa.gov]
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Sediment type cliffs .. interesting
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Re: Why Didn't NASA Release A Full Size Zoomable Version Of This Picture On Mars?
The surface of Mars looks very OLD compared to Earth. It also looks windy, or WAS windy... Based on the horizontal erosion on the surface features.
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Re: Why Didn't NASA Release A Full Size Zoomable Version Of This Picture On Mars?
One of Curiosity's latest pictures, looks like it could be very interesting to get closer. But this is as big as it gets.

[link to www.nasa.gov]
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That image is using a zoom lens, The features on it are between 3 and 10 miles away. Check this pic.

[link to www.nasa.gov]

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