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Everest - Mars

The Mars Rover Mission continues, after almost 2 years since Spirit landed on Mars Spirit continues to send amazing images to the earth. In october 2005 this panorama was made from Oct. 1 to Oct. 3, 2005.

It has been named the Everest panorama. The view is from th summit of "Husband Hill." The Husband Hill is a plateau about 100 meters (300 feet) above the Gusev crater. has published interactive panoramas from Mars since the landing of the Rover. The first was published only a few hours after Nasa had published it.

There are now 9 panoramas available in fullscreen interactive QTVR.

During the 3 days this panorama was made the weather shifted with different colors of the sky. The original panorama you can see at NASA has not been smoothed in the sky as I have done on this one. Also like all my Mars Quicktime VR there has been added artificial sky as this is nessecary to obtain a correct levelling of the horisont in a QTVR.