2001 Mars Odyssey returns its first thermal image of Mars

NASA's 2001 MARS ODYSSEY has provided mission managers with its first image of Mars, a thermal infrared image of the Martian southern hemisphere. The image, taken as part of the calibration process for the thermal emission imaging system, captures the polar carbon dioxide ice cap at a temperature of...

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