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It is one of the most dramatic images to ever emerge from Mars. In fact, this extraordinary photograph is so clear that even the sand dunes at the base of the half-mile wide canyon are visible. Experts even believe that they can see the tracks of a Mars lander on the left-hand corner of the Victoria Crater.
"The DSN provides the vital two-way communications link that guides and controls these planetary explorers, and brings back the images and new scientific information they collect."
Originally posted by alaskan
I like how we have access to satellite pictures of our marks on mars, which is something like 30 million miles away, but not to any of what we've left on the moon a quarter of a million away.