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post May 17 2006, 09:30 AM
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Two things..

1. Phil - YAY - bundle adjusted references for all the sites in the top two txt files!!!

And 2. Um....what does one do with those Bin's. Damn I wish I could code...if anyone knows a means to get that lot into any sort of appropriate 3D format they win the UMSF 'special cookie' award smile.gif

Just for fun - I bunged the XY data of MERB into Excel. It's not 'square' i.e. it's not accurate - but I think I'll go for something accurate in Photoshop smile.gif

Also - Z axis against Sol for Spirit...I've seen that graph somewhere else...but making it ones self from data is always much more fun - you can clearly see Bonneville, Missoula, West Spur and the return to Larrys Lookout.

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post May 18 2006, 04:03 PM
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Great piece of work, Doug. In the video, it really becomes clear that the rocks from Escher to Wopmay are part of a slump feature. And it's possible to follow the contact between the Upper and Middle Units of the Burns Formation. Really cool!

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