Explore Mars With NASA Images and Data Visualization of the Red Planet

OpenSpace software allows viewers to swoop over Martian mountain ranges and iconic landscapes like the Valles Marineris canyon.

This view of the Ganges Chasma region on Mars shows mountainous features called light mounds. Westerly winds on Mars have created a wake around the structure on the right that is visible around the dunes at the mountain's base. | OpenSpace
Carter Emmart (center), director of astrovisualization at the American Museum of Natural History, worked with Bergen County Academies students Brian Di Paolo, David Song, Vincent Mallet and Janette Levin (left to right) to develop stunning visualizations of Mars with authentic NASA data. | AMNH