We’ve collected together a bunch of panoramas from the surface of Mars, taken by NASA spacecraft over the last 15 years, and wrapped them in our WebGL panorama viewer. The viewer takes panorama images in equirectangular coordinates (that’s just even spacing in equal increments of latitude and longitude) and manipulates the projection – so this is an example of 2D pixel manipulation. The panoramas were all generated by a combination of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, University of Arizona, Cornell University, and/or Arizona State University (depending on which mission the specific images were from). From top to bottom, the panoramas are: 1. Spirit at Eagle Crater; 2. Spirit in the Columbia Hills; 3. Spirit’s final panorama from ‘Troy’; 4. Opportunity at Victoria Crater; 5. Opportunity on the rim of Erebus Crater; 6. Mars Pathfinder landing site; 7. Phoenix Lander landing site. To move around the panoramas, use the image scroll function. You can use the magnifying buttons to zoom in and out.