3D anaglyph image of Hellas basin rim
January 19, 2005
The 3D anaglyph image was created using one stereo channel and the nadir (vertical view) channel of the HRSC on ESA's Mars Express. The image shows a portion of the northern region of the Hellas basin at 68Â° E longitude and 29Â° S latitude. It was taken during orbit 488 with a resolution of 18.3 metres per pixel. North is to the right.
Topics: Environment, imaging, Spacecraft, Space exploration, ESA, Hellas Planitia, STEREO, Anaglyph image, Stereoscopy, Mars Express, Pixel, Mars, Spaceflight, 3D imaging