Now, using the rover’s latest batch of Earth-like images, Bodrov has created an even better Martian experience, filling in some of the gaps missing in his first 360-view — like the 3-mile high mountain inside Gale Crater known as Mount Sharp. This is Curiosity’s ultimate destination.
The high-resolution panorama was made by stitching together 138 images from the rover’s 34-millimetre Mast Camera. He was able to do this using stitching software from PTgui.
Credit: Source images by NASA/JPL-Caltech/Malin Space Science Systems; Stitched by Andrew Bodrov @ http://www.360cities.net/profile/bodrov
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