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My Gigapan Page (Todd)
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I'll post a link to an occasional GigaPan upload that I have processed in this thread. I just wanted to differentiate it here from Keith's GigaPans in the HM section, so as not to muddy up his discussion there. I have a few Apollo mission images and over 100 Curiosity composites up so far. I most recently uploaded a Spirit rover composite from the summit of Husband Hill from pans taken on sol 621.

http://www.gigapan.com/profiles/ToddH

http://www.gigapan.com/galleries/13536/gigapans

http://www.gigapan.com/galleries/13535/gigapans

http://www.gigapan.com/galleries/13544/gigapans
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Nice crisply detailed images with great color.
I was going to snapshot something out of the first one,
but gigapan lost my automatic log in ... again ...
so now I have to find a new password.
Too tired tonite, but I enjoyed all the images, thanks, good work!
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#3
Here are composites from sol 513 at "Dingo Gap." An bizarre slab of conglomerate material in this one, among other stuff. 
  
http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/201013
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The snapshot images jumped to way over magnifications of the object, when I tried them.
I tried again to take a snapshot, and was not autologged in again.
Lots to look at there.
A very spectacular geologic formation ... small boulder? I am uncertain of size,
but I imagine it is at least a couple of feet across.
Bottom left corner of the top image.
Somehow lost the link and never could find the item I really liked again in the time I had tonite.
I did capture an image of it for scrutiny before I lost the link.
Upon review though,
my perception is that all of the rocks and terrain out there in that image looks bigger than it really is.


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