Holden and Eberswalde crater in 3D
September 26, 2011
Holden crater is 140 km across and fills the left part of the image, while to the right is the remaining part of Eberswalde crater, with a diameter of about 65 km. They are located in the southern highlands of Mars. The image was acquired by Mars Express around 25°S / 326°E during orbit 7208 on 15 August 2009. The image has a ground resolution of about 22 m per pixel. It combines data from HRSC’s nadir channel and one stereo channel to produce this 3D image. Stereoscopic glasses are required to see the 3D effect.
Topics: Environment, Eberswalde, Holden, Mars Express, Technology Internet, Stereoscopy, Mars, Disaster Accident