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This website, hosted by Cornell University, is the homepage of Pancam, a high-resolution stereo camera that takes color pictures of the surrounding Martian landscape from the Mars Exploration Rovers. These images are used in the detection of local geology, morphology, topography, and meteorology. The images also help determine which sites the rovers will visit. The site presents links to Martian images, an image tracking page, a searchable database of data and images, a list of publications featuring Pancam, and related resources.
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