Re: Mars Pictures


From: wecooks@ix.netcom.com (Janet K. and James R. Cook)
Subject: Re: Mars Pictures
Date: Sun, 17 Nov 1996 15:58:53 -0800


I'm not sure if this is any help, but there's an atlas of mars photos 
at this site:  
http://ic-www.arc.nasa.gov/fia/projects/bayes-group/Atlas/Mars/
Hope that's some help to someone.  jkc




You wrote: 
>
>Hello,
>
>Over the past few days I have seen several letters asking for mars =
>elevation pictures or related to Question #2, a picture of that 
region.
>I may have some help on this subject. There is a fractal drawing 
program =
>called "Vistapro (by Virtual Laboratories Inc)". That program uses =
>(computerized) elevation maps and draws the corresponding pictures. 
You =
>can define everything, your viewpoint, standing place, even the color 
of =
>the soil. You can also create a FLI animation thrue the landscape.=20
>With the CD version of Vistapro 3.0(there may be a newer version) you 
=
>get the complete elevation maps of mars as well as loads of other 
maps.=20
>I have made some stunning FLI animations viewing the craterla of 
Olympos =
>Mons and a Morphing scene of the martian landscape changing from a =
>lifeless planet into an earthlike planet.
>
>I hope this might help you out a bit.....:-)
>Regards,
>
>Jeroen Wierda
>President of PUFORI
>E-Mail    :jeroen.wierda@tip.nl
>PUFORI : http://www1.tip.nl/users/t721314/
>
>