Still Images Of Mars Become Mind-Blowing Footage Thanks To A Little Help From Technology

Aug 10, 2015 By Madeleine Brown
Since our early existence, humans have been fascinated by what could be out there in our universe. Only a select few individuals have had the privilege of actually going into space, but with satellites and rovers out there documenting images of other planets' surfaces, the rest of us are now able to see what our universe looks like. The European Space Agency decided to take things a few steps further, using the images to create simulated flyover footage of Mars.

This footage uses images taken by the ESA's Mars Express Orbiter in 2008, 2009 and 2014. The footage focuses on the Atlantis Chaos region of Mars, which is part of the Atlantis basin, a crater that is believed to have been part of the hypothetical Eridania lake.
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