The NASA Mars Exploration Rover had to complete its mission to Mars in 90 days. As part of that mission, a tool was created to capture all of the data and imagery, for use by future scientists and novices, alike. The initial 90 days came and went, and today—more than 10 years later—that same system has collected and harnessed countless operations, images and data points. So how is all this data organized and maintained? Is it accessible to all of us, so we can see and feel what it’s like to be on Mars? But of course!