Mars image browsing app for iOS to view the latest from NASA's robotic surface missions to the red planet.
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MarsImagesIOS

Mars image browsing app for iOS to view the latest from NASA's robotic surface missions to the red planet.

Getting Started

The app is provided as an XCode 5 project for iOS 6 or greater. If you are developing on Mac with XCode 5 installed, you should have everything you need. Just open the Mars-Images.xcworkspace in XCode and run it in the iOS simulator. (The project uses CocoaPods to manage third-party libraries, so it is necessary to use the workspace in XCode and not the project.)

Features

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  • Browse images from the Spirit, Opportunity, and Curiosity missions
  • Full screen image browser with swiping gestures for navigation
  • Real-time mission map of the rover's traversal of Mars
  • Interactive mosaics of images by location with accelerometer support: look through your personal window onto Mars that moves with you as you move your device around!
  • Search for images within a mission by time or type
  • Share images with others
  • Mission clock for Opportunity and Curiosity
  • View drive maps for Spirit and Opportunity

LICENSE

The software is available under the Apache V2.0 license.

Copyright © 2011-2016 California Institute of Technology. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. United States Government Sponsorship Acknowledged. Any commercial use must be negotiated with with Office of Technology Transfer at the California Institute of Technology. This software may be subject to U.S. export control laws. By accepting this software, the user agrees to comply with all applicable U.S. export laws and regulations. User has the responsibility to obtain export licenses, or other export authority as may be required before exporting such information to foreign countries or providing access to foreign persons. Neither the name of Caltech nor its operating division, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, nor the names of its contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without specific prior written permission.