This incredible Mars video took 3 months and 33000 images to create

Rodiano Bonacci
Marzo 21, 2017

While humans have long dreamed of going to Mars, a real flight to the planet is still far away.

Photos from NASA have given us a sense of what it discovered on the surface of Mars, but a recent video from Finnish filmmaker and space enthusiast Jan Fröjdman gives us an incredible view of the planet's surface.

Don't Miss: Enter the I4U News NES Classic Giveaway! All those images were stitched together to create a spectacular video that makes people feel as if they are flying over Mars and looking down on its surface, all without leaving their couches. This gives a sense of flying over Mars looking down and admiring some of the handsome places of Mars.

The video, titled "A Fictive Flight above Real Mars", is based on thousands of images of Mars taken by HiRise camera over the course of 12 years.

" Making these panoramic images was really time consuming". For this film, I had to choose more than 33,000 points of reference!

"Some geographic features take more work than others to render". The HiRISE, along with the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, began taking photos in 2006 and hasn't stopped since.

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