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ZefleR
Posted on: Aug 15 2012, 07:06 AM


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Just sharing a nice link I came across today. I haven't seen it on here yet so sorry if I am repeating.

Curiosity - 360-degree panorama
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ZefleR
Posted on: Aug 15 2012, 04:27 AM


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QUOTE (Brian Lynch @ Aug 15 2012, 01:55 AM) *
I would also like to include parameters like altitude, velocity, attitude, etc., but I'm not sure if they have been made available. I'm looking at the JPL HORIZONS system right now so maybe I can at least compute the estimated altitude and velocity, a height map of the landing site would really help as well.


Great work. Can I suggest if motivation permits. Including another picture in picture of the EDL animation in sync with the audio and timeline ? bit much?
Again great job!

Gary
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