Cornell Johnson Art Museum: Eyes on Mars

From March 26 through May 15, 2005, the Cornell University Johnson Museum of Art featured
a selection of many thousands of images taken by the cameras aboard the Mars Exploration Rovers
Spirit and Opportunity exploring Gusev Crater and Meridiani Planum on Mars. The team photograph at
the bottom of the page is a subset of the approximately 4000 people directly responsible for the
success of this mission. Click on each thumbnail to see a larger version of the image.



ALLIGATOR

BERRIES

BLUE JEWEL

BURNS CLIFF PANORAMA

BURNS SLOPE MOSAIC

CAHOKIA PANORAMA

SUNDIAL CALIBRATION TARGET

CHANGES

CHALLENGER MEMORIAL STATION

COLUMBIA MEMORIAL STATION

DECK PAN OPPORTUNITY

DECK PAN SPIRIT

DUNE FIELD

ENDURANCE PAN POSITION TWO

FISSURE

HARDWARE

HUMPHREY RAT HOLE

LION KING PANORAMA

LONGHORN

MALPAIS

OCEAN

PETROGLYPH

RAT HOLE DCS

RAT NEST

RIPPLES

ROBERT E

ROBOTIC ARM

ROVER SHADOW

SANDIA

SERPENT DRIFT SCUFF

STONE MOUNTAIN

STONE MOUNTAIN DCS

TENDRILS

TRACKS

TRENCH

TEAM PHOTO