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ESA's Mars Express Project Scientist Dmitri Titov is delighted that the camera is opening up a new range of investigations at Mars: “Cloud tracking and dust storm monitoring, for example, are significant topics in the planetary community, and it will allow us to extend Mars Express science ‘into the atmosphere’, filling a gap in the spacecraft’s science portfolio.

In a web article on 25 May, we announced that the VMC camera is being adopted as a professional science instrument.

This spring, ESA began working with the Planetary Sciences Group of the University of the Basque Country, Spain, for an initial two years to develop software and conduct studies of images, effectively promoting the humble camera to the level of professional science instrument.“The analysis will help us understand the global martian context of data acquired from other instruments, provide data on clouds, dust and atmospheric structures and enable surface features to be accurately characterised, for example, by tracking variations in the Mars polar ice cap,” says Agustín Sánchez-Lavega, heading the group.

You guys are an inspiring community and it has been your enthusiasm that has made the VMC project a success.

If you're looking for a nice, historical overview of VMC activities with many updates from the folks who did a lot of the work, there's no better place than the VMC thread over at Unmanned Space Flight.

I asked Emily for a few comments, and she sent in this: The VMC demonstrates the power of a simple camera for exciting the public about the adventure of space exploration.

Its images are not large but they are the only ones arriving from any Mars spacecraft that show us Mars as a round planet in all its changing phases and seasons – a view out the porthole of an interplanetary ship.

People have contributed time, software, knowledge, support to outreach activities, organisational efforts and enthusiasm – and so much more – helping make the VMC outreach effort a real success!

To everyone here, in alphabetical order, a huge thanks!

Donate with Discover tropical birds and charismatic animals that you have never seen before - from scavenging magpies to vibrant fluttering hummingbirds.

Our four webcams show live footage from the breath-taking and tropical forests of Brazil and in Armenia where WLT is supporting conservation projects to protect some of the most threatened habitats and wildlife on Earth.

From your computer, get a feel for the atmosphere of the resort and experience the effervescence of the slopes live thanks to the webcams installed at various strategic points in Val Thorens : the chairlift at la Moutière, the Caron peak, the Val Thorens Chalet…