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Microsoft Jumps On Mars Imaging Bandwagon

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Google (GOOG) recently made a splash among Internet geeks with the addition of Mars images to its “Google Earth” product. Now it’s Microsoft’s turn: the company today announced a new partnership with NASA to bring Martian images to Microsoft’s Worldwide Telescope.

No money it is, but might Microsoft some respect among science buffs. Of course, unlike Google Earth/Mars, so far Worldwide Telescope only works on Windows.

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