Midnight Mars Browser
Midnight Mars Browser
1.5.2

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Midnight Mars Browser for Mac1.5.2

05 November 2006

Download raw images from the Mars rovers Spirit and Opportunity.

What is Midnight Mars Browser for Mac

Midnight Mars Browser (abreviated MMB) is a computer program I wrote to download and look at the raw images from the Mars rovers Spirit and Opportunity. Basically, MMB downloads the raw images from the rovers that NASA/JPL posts on the Internet, and lets you view them in slideshows or "you-are-there" Panorama views.

MMB is an "enthusiast's" tool; I am not connected with NASA or JPL in any way. If you want to learn more about what the program does, read the Introduction in the ReadMe.

What's new in Midnight Mars Browser

Version 1.5.2: Fixes for two "Sol 1000" bugs.

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Ray16
Ray16
Nov 5 2006
1.5.2
5.0
Nov 5 2006
5.0
Version: 1.5.2
Very nice App. Keep up the good work.
Digger1995
Digger1995
Apr 13 2006
1.4.6
4.8
Apr 13 2006
4.8
Version: 1.4.6
Fabulous. Downloads all the new Mars images and presents them in a sensible and fun way. Only thing... with Mac OS X 10.3.9 when trying to view panorama I get this error: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: javax/media/j3d/Node Not surprising. It's the only problem out of the box, maybe I should RTFM? This program is quite entertaining.
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