Doug Ellison


Founder of , Visualization Producer at JPL. This is not an official NASA twitter account. Opinions and views expressed are my own.

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Inflight WiFi...oh frabulous joy :) 22kft over Palm Springs

WOOOOOOOO. Bring on the Story

Just got my certificate for - so lucky and proud to be a part of this team.

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A half dried out homeplate looks like an old map of mars.

Bring on the Shakespeare

My absolute worst weakness... so much tasty!!

Spotted a new image of Spirit - not looking as shiny as in March

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Ready for the Spirit tribute event .... Callas, Weiler, Elachi....and I bumped into Squyres in the bathroom. #freespirit

There appears to be a big hole in the ground just up ahead for Opportunity.

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Wider mosaic of HDR's of the view from Dad & Stepmom's place near Rodborough Common, UK.

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An HDR of where I used to cycle around near my house when I was about 10 y.o.

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And part of the RAF Red Arrows doing their stuff in some fairly crappy weather before todays race

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Up first, Alonso in his Ferrari during practice on Sat morning, coming out of Vale

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Up to the Wirral to meet some old family friends. Went to the Mersey to get a pic of the Liverpool skyline

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Just to make jealous - this is my Dad & Step-mum's place. Note hilly green Cotswoldy goodness

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Picking a left-side window seat on the flight to Heathrow was justified. This was over NE Canada

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The view across the valley towards the River Severn's from The Black Horse pub in Amberley. See... Cotswolds :)

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Bye LA...see you in a week.

Waiting for the super shuttle to ride to LAX. It's 91F. Could be a moist ride.

The center of our galaxy as seen from the OSIRIS camera onboard Rosetta in Oct 2008

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