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Paul Marshall
Hello everyone,
I made a short video from the HiRISE DTMs of some of the areas I'm sure you are familiar with.
Hope you enjoy it, as much as I enjoyed making it.
Nice video.

The other videos on your channel, where you purport to ...'prove that a lot of this stuff is fake', are not so good.

A title like 'Curiosity Rover - The Cover up continues' is bound to win you a lot of friends on this forum.

Best of luck discussing conspiracy here.
Paul Marshall
Thanks Sean!

I have no intention of discussing conspiracy here.
Happy to report that the forum supports the ability to 'Ignore Users'.
Paul Marshall
Hello again,
Here's a new 3D video - it's still Gale Crater but not where Curiosity is looking. This is from a DTM that is on the NE side of the crater.

Titled as Layered outcrop in Gale Crater. This one took a few weeks to render and process.
I've made a new Youtube channel that will be devoted to 3D Mars tours and will also post them on Flickr.
Nicely done Paul.
Paul Marshall
Many thanks serpens.
Any thoughts about doing this specifically for the proposed future Curiosity route - go to the east, then backtrack and go up to higher elevations?
Here are some older flybys of the region including future route...






Mount Sharp flyby on Youtube

MSL route flyby on Youtube

Interactive 3D 'Beyond Vera Rubin Ridge' on Sketchfab

Interactive 3D 'Vera Rubin Ridge' on Sketchfab

Paul Marshall
Some nice renders there Sean! Particularly Bob!
Do those DTMs join fairly seamlessly? I feel like I need more RAM to do that.
Paul Marshall
Added a new tour of what Curiosity sees, much more detailed than the original video I posted. It's my first attempt at 4k and I strongly recommend you view it on a 4k TV if you can.

Another short video here showing a more north western area of Gale and includes a model of the rover for scale.
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