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The first image alongside shows what the opening screen looks like. You don't want to stay there long. You want to see the Mars photos. To do that, click on the bar marked "Go to Spirit's Landing Site." That starts the Conductor application, which allows you to view data from the Mars probe the same way NASA's engineers are viewing it. It's like a Web photo gallery on steroids. You can forward and reverse the tour and zoom in and out to your heart's content.
By the way, The IRC channel (#maestro on irc.freenode.net) for Maestro is crowded and friendly and has several NASA folk there to answer questions about the project. The most popular discussion this morning, when more than 150 were on the channel, was the length of time it took for commands sent from the control center to reach Mars -- nine minutes, if I recall correctly.
The latest version of Maestro is version 2004_01, dated 12/31/2003.
October 25, 2004: The last two datasets, Spirit 12 and Opportunity 10 have been completed. These provide a glimpse of the exploration still continuing under the extended mission. Unfortunately, we do not anticipate any further updates.
April 21, 2004: Maestro has been revived! We received great news this morning -- new Maestro funding has been approved to continue production of Maestro data releases. Our sponsors have been very pleased with the reception of Maestro by the public and want to see our outreach effort continue through the entire mission. The new releases will be less frequent but will cover a longer period of time. Please check back for new updates.