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Mars HiRISE ESP_019681_1975_RED - Right Eye View of Stereo Pair by Jason Buchheim

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Dec 08, 2010
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View this spectacular image in 3D-Stereo Anaglyph at www.3dpan.org/3d/66615-66614-31-29 Will open in a new tab or window (red-cyan anaglyph glasses required)

Mars HiRISE ESP_019681_1975_RED

Fracture Cutting Lava Flow East of Olympus Mons

Acquisition date: 08 October 2010 Local Mars time: 3:28 PM
Latitude (centered): 17.4 ° Longitude (East): 235.9 °
Range to target site: 281.8 km (176.1 miles) Original image scale range: 28.2 cm/pixel
(with 1 x 1 binning) so objects ~85 cm across are resolved
Map projected scale: 25 cm/pixel and north is up Map projection: EQUIRECTANGULAR
Emission angle: 12.3 ° Phase angle: 63.9 °
Solar incidence angle: 52 °, with the Sun about 38 ° above the horizon Solar longitude: 160.5 °, Northern Summer
For non-map projected products:
North azimuth: 97 ° Sub-solar azimuth: 2.2 °
F O R M A P P R O J E C T E D P R O D U C T S
North azimuth: 270° Sub solar azimuth 176.6°
A N A G L Y P H P R O D U C T S
Left observation: ESP_019747_1975 Convergence angle 22.6°

Image: NASA/JPL/University of Arizona


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    Jason Buchheim (December 08, 2010, 01:19PM )

    Its geocoded for the wrong planet, how do I specify fourth rock from the sun - not third?

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