If you ever find yourself aboard the spacecraft in orbit around Mars, should not expect much of a view. Dusty atmosphere of the planet will most likely hide from your eyes otherwise spectacular scenery of its surface.

“The best way to see it is by making digital photos and then process them on a computer,” says planetary geologist Alfred McEwen of NASA. He was part of the team behind the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment, or HiRISE (camera placed on aboard of Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter – spacecraft that carries out geological reconnaissance and exploration of Mars).

The powerful HiRISE camera recorded over 50,000 spectacular high-resolution images from the orbiting Mars for the past 12 years. Finnish director Jan Fryodman uses this rich archive to turn photos into dynamic three-dimensional panoramic video.

The coloring of the photos and fitting them into perfect mosaic is slow process and assembly takes three months but Fryodman work methodically and with precision. “The more work I did, the more I learned how amazing is this planet,” he said.

https://i0.wp.com/gizbrain.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/mars.jpg?fit=1000%2C421https://i0.wp.com/gizbrain.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/mars.jpg?fit=190%2C150Linda MorrisTECH NEWSentertainment,Mars,videoIf you ever find yourself aboard the spacecraft in orbit around Mars, should not expect much of a view. Dusty atmosphere of the planet will most likely hide from your eyes otherwise spectacular scenery of its surface. 'The best way to see it is by making digital photos and then...