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Mercury's spectacular Debussy crater as seen by the MESSENGER spacecraft. To the eye, the 80-km-wide crater would appear colored mostly in shades of gray. But by combining images taken through the orbiter's 996, 748, and 433 nm filters for red, green, and blue we can suddenly see the color differences that reveal the m...
This color image, taken by the MESSENGER Mercury Dual Imaging System (MDIS) Wide Angle Camera (WAC), features the 68 km (42 mi) diameter de Graft crater at a resolution of 251 m/pixel. The crater floor is covered with bright hollows, which can be seen in detail in this narrow angle camera (NAC) mosaic. The central peak...