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  Southeast of Amenthes Planum

Southeast of Amenthes Planum
Image credit: ESA/DLR/FU Berlin (G. Neukum)

Uploader comment: High-Resolution Stereo Camera nadir and colour channel data taken during revolution 11497 on 13 January 2013 by ESAs Mars Express have been combined to form a natural-colour view of the region southeast of Amenthes Planum and north of Hesperia Planum. The region imaged, which lies to the west of Tinto Vallis and Palos crater, is centred at around 3S and 109E, and has a ground resolution of about 22 m per pixel.

   

 
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