Marspans - View the Martian Surface in 360 Degrees

Share Article is a site dedicated to the Martian panoramas that have been captured by the two Mars Exploration Rovers, Spirit and Opportunity. The 360 degree panoramas are available as interactive QTVR panoramas and to purchase as High Quality Photographic Prints. gives you an astronauts eye view of standing on the surface of Mars

Many people have wondered what it would be like to stand on the Martian surface. Well will go someway at least to realize that dream.

For nearly 6 years, two Mars Exploration Rovers have been busy exploring the Martian surface, and capturing hundreds of photographs. Many of the photos were part of a series of panoramas which when assembled together make a full 360 degree panoramic image.

The two Rovers, Spirit and Opportunity have far outlived their expected longevity making them one of the most successful missions in NASA’s history and are still active today and returning photos and panoramas.

At visitors can view these panoramas as interactive 360 degree QTVR panoramas, which allow them to look around the Martian landscape as if they were actually there. All they need to do is ensure they have the Quicktime plugin, then once the movie loads just click and drag their mouse around the image to pan around in 360 degrees

There is also an option to buy the panoramas as very high quality photographic prints, up to 90 inches wide. comes from the creators of, a site dedicated to Lunar Panoramas captured by the Apollo Astronauts when they visited the Moon between 1969-1972.

In the same way, Moonpans also offers 360 degree QTVR panoramas, allowing visitors to stand in the Astronauts bootprints and look around the Lunar Surface. See

High quality Apollo panoramic prints are also available, and in very limited quantities actually hand signed by the Apollo Astronauts. These are highly collectible and due to moonpans working directly with the Apollo Astronauts, unquestionably authentic.

In recent years has also become a major dealer in items actually flown to the moon on the Apollo missions. Items such as flags, coins and checklists pages used during the missions are available archivally framed.


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