Magellan Crater on Mars
July 8, 2010
The region around Magellan Crater stretches across 190 x 112 km, and covers an area of about 21 280 sq km, which is roughly the size of Slovenia. It is to the southwest of the volcanic region Tharsis on the southern highlands of Mars. With a ground resolution of about 25 m per pixel, the data were acquired for the region of Magellan Crater at about 34Â°S/185Â°E, during Mars Express's orbit 6547 on 6 February 2009.
Topics: Disaster Accident, Environment, Planetary science, Spacecraft, Space exploration, Magellan Crater, Slovenia, Geology of Venus, Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, Planetary geology, Tharsis, Magellan probe, Mars