Watch a high-resolution video of the surface of Mars from amazing images of NASA vehicles

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Re - team fan design space images of Mars captured by many vehicles NASA during the spin on the surface of the red planet with high precision, where the documentary British  Elder Fox to YouTube users thousands of images and transformed them into high definition for a global display of the Red Planet.

According to British newspaper "Daily Mail", the team describes the documentary as the most realistic experience of being on Mars, and since it was uploaded on July 17, it has received more than 2.3 million views.

The surface of mars

They put the pictures together in a ten-minute video that takes the viewer on a journey through NASA's eyes on the planet with cameras of explorers of curiosity and opportunity.

The video starts with a sentence that says "The pictures in this video are all real", and asks viewers to "sit back, relax and enjoy this journey through another world."

NASA spacecraft

There are no "live shots" of the red planet from NASA's vehicles, but the team installed thousands of images together to create panoramic images that they animated to create an effect similar to the live video effect.

All images are publicly available and shared by NASA on its website, including a mosaic of 1.8 billion pixels from the surface of Mars.

 

This was taken from an area known as Glen Torridon and consists of over 1,000 images from Curiosity taken between November 24 and December 1, 2019.

Mosaics are a good way for NASA to increase the quality available for photos sent to Earth by the explorer, it is a mixture of lots of pictures.

Among the panoramic photos and comprehensive views shown in the video are scenes from Meridiani Planum showing the paths created by the opportunity vehicle.

Some images include "black areas" where no data or image is available for this section, but the team tried to exclude these parts to create a lifelike presentation.