Here is a false colour version of the McMurdo pan using the R621 filters maximising the wavelength range covered [934nm (R6) to 436nm (R1) (R7 is not used as lots of data is currently missing)]. Ignore the large scale colour variations in the forground, stretching the colour this much shows the limits of my matching software.
Half resolution (8834 x 2876) (6.4Mb)
Quarter resolution (4417 x 1438) (1.4Mb)
One eighth resolution (2209 x 719) (332kb)
After a positive response from my colour 3D McMurdo pan I've gone back and done the same with the Gibson pan taken when Spirit arrived at Home Plate. For the 3D effect to work properly it has to be projected in the 'rover frame' and hence has a curved horizon. To view this image you'll need a pair of those red/cyan 3D glasses. Tip: When you zoom in on the high resolution version the 3D effect can be hard to see, I find that by looking at the region where the images are coincident first to get the effect and then panning the image *without* looking away works best (for me anyway). The effect is also easier to get in the smaller versions.
Half Resolution (6704 x 3272) (3.5Mb)
Quarter Resolution (3352 x 1636) (884Mb)
Eighth Resolution (1676 x 818) (212kb)
Here is the Northern part of the the McMurdo Pan (in L7 greyscale) with a different projection, and added to some navigation camera images of Spirit to better show her in her winter spot.
Half resolution (4759 x 4051) (3.8Mb)
Quarter resolution (2380 x 2026) (716kb)
Home plate with El Dorado in the background.
Full Resolution (3808 x 2096) (2.1Mb)
Half Resolution (1904 x 1048) (672kb)
Outcrops at Home Plate.
Full Resolution (6181 x 1402) (1.7Mb)
Half Resolution (3091 x 701) (540kb)
Full Resolution (4576 x 1096) (960kb)
Half Resolution (2288 x 548) (288kb)