MOC Public Targeting Program
After Mars Global Surveyor took pictures of Mars for six years, it was open to a suggestions from the broad public and science community through the MOC Public Targeting Program. This program was very popular. A total of 4,636 requests came in from the general public. Of these, 1,086 were photographed by the Mars Observer Camera. Many of the requests eventually resulted in publications. A little more than half of the requests came from a single member of the general public. One of the people wrote in the Planetary Report that working with MGS was as exciting as being a football fan able to run a few plays in the Super Bowl. All the images from the Public Target program can be found at http://www.msss.com/mars_images/moc/publicresults/index.htm
Examples of pictures taken through Public Target program 
Group of gullies on north wall of crater that lies west of the crater Newton (41.3047 degrees south latitude, 192.89 east longitide). Image taken with Mars Global Surveyor under the MOC Public Targeting Program.
See also 
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