Region near Hellas Planitia
Image created by ESA Science from data contained in the Mars Express public archive. The selected colour scheme is an interpretation based on the original raw data.
The image represents an area on the northern eastern rim of Hellas Planitia, also known as the Hellas impact basin in Mars' southern hemispere. The basin is thought to have formed around 3.9 billion years ago through a single massive impact.
|Orbit Number|| |
|Image capture start||2004-07-01 T 22:26:48.55 Z|
|Image capture stop||2004-07-01 T 22:32:53.54 Z|
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|Image Size|| |
234 x 895 x 345 x 898 km
|Source reference file|| |
|Max. resolution of original|| |
45.1 m per pixel
|Max. resolution of processed file|| |
~100 m per pixel
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