Sooner though you'll be able to explore mars in 3D in a much more comprehensive way than currently offered by NASA's "World Wind"
NASA is teaming up with Google to make more of NASA's imagery of the Moon and Mars available not just to Americans but to the world, for online exploration.
This is great news to me, and to alot of others out there, as you will probably know, even though the data from a lot of the missions is in the public domain, you need access to fairly specialised stuff or know a hell of a lot to be able to get anything usable out of it.
I'm assuming this will mean a lot more of the data is readily and easily accessable and useable!
sounds good to me.
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