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SLIDE COLLECTION: Russian Marsokhod Rover
Field Test at Kilauea, Hawaii, 1995


Slide Set Overview:

“Marsokhod” is the name given to an experimental Russian rover. It was tested in the field at the Kilauea Volcano, in Hawaii, 1995.

The 1″ x 1.25″ slides have been scanned at a resolution of 3600 dpi with a minimal amount of processing.

The original 4 page slide set document was scanned and produced as a downloadable PDF.
Marsokhod Kilauea Field Test, 1995

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Marsakhod Kilauea Field Test Slide Set:

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The relative sizes of Saturn and the Earth.

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Color photograph of Saturn and its rings, taken by the 61″ telescope at the U. of Arizona’s Mount Lemmon Observatory on March 11, 1974.

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Artist’s conception of Pioneer 11 approaching the ringed planet on Sept. 1, 1979.

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Saturn from 3,500,000 km (2,170,000 mi.) on August 28, 1979.

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The moon Titan seen for the first time by spacecraft on Aug. 27, 1979, from about 370,150 km (230,000 mi.)

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Image taken by Pioneer 11 as it closes on Saturn and its rings for a close encounter September 1, 1979.

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58 hours before Pioneer 11 flies by Saturn after a billion plus mile trip from Earth that started in 1973.

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The best view yet available of Saturn and its rings, taken by Pioneer 11, from a distance of 2,500,000 km (1,500,000 mi.) on August 29, 1979.

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An image of Saturn’s rings by Pioneer shows the structure of Saturn’s ring system in detail.

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Saturn’s ring system and its shadow are seen in this view from Pioneer 11 when it was within 1,500,000 km (971,200 mi.)

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Pioneer, only 496,000 km (309,200 mi.) from Saturn, made this image of the planet’s equatorial region.

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Saturn’s rings clearly show two major divisions: the Cassini Division (dividing the outer A ring from the middle B ring) and the French Division (dividing the Planet’s middle B ring from the inner C ring).

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58 hours before Pioneer 11 flies by Saturn after a billion plus mile trip from Earth that started in 1973.

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The best view yet available of Saturn and its rings, taken by Pioneer 11, from a distance of 2,500,000 km (1,500,000 mi.) on August 29, 1979.

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An image of Saturn’s rings by Pioneer shows the structure of Saturn’s ring system in detail.

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Saturn’s ring system and its shadow are seen in this view from Pioneer 11 when it was within 1,500,000 km (971,200 mi.)

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Pioneer, only 496,000 km (309,200 mi.) from Saturn, made this image of the planet’s equatorial region.

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Saturn’s rings clearly show two major divisions: the Cassini Division (dividing the outer A ring from the middle B ring) and the French Division (dividing the Planet’s middle B ring from the inner C ring).


Marsakhod Kilauea Test Science Slides:

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Backlit image of Saturn’s rings with rings and divisions identified.

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Diagram showing major features of Saturn and its ring systems.

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As Pioneer 10 and 11 leave the solar systen, they carry this plaque with a message which shows when, where and by what kind of beings the spacecraft were launched.

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Diagram of Pioneer 11 trajectory.

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Diagram of Pioneer 11 ring plane crossing as viewed from earth.

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Diagram comparing a proposed model of Saturn’s structure to that of the Earth and Moon.

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Backlit image of Saturn’s rings with rings and divisions identified.

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Diagram showing major features of Saturn and its ring systems.

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As Pioneer 10 and 11 leave the solar systen, they carry this plaque with a message which shows when, where and by what kind of beings the spacecraft were launched.

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Diagram of Pioneer 11 trajectory.

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Diagram of Pioneer 11 ring plane crossing as viewed from earth.

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Diagram comparing a proposed model of Saturn’s structure to that of the Earth and Moon.

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Backlit image of Saturn’s rings with rings and divisions identified.

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Diagram showing major features of Saturn and its ring systems.

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As Pioneer 10 and 11 leave the solar systen, they carry this plaque with a message which shows when, where and by what kind of beings the spacecraft were launched.

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Diagram of Pioneer 11 trajectory.

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Diagram of Pioneer 11 ring plane crossing as viewed from earth.

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Diagram comparing a proposed model of Saturn’s structure to that of the Earth and Moon.

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Diagram of a proposed Saturn atmospheric model.

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Diagram illustrating distances to the rings and satellites.

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