Ismenius Lacus Region
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.
A portion of the Ismenius Lacus region on the surface of Mars (USGS MC-5 quadrangle). The image represents a transitional region on the surface separating the heavily cratered highlands in the south part and the smooth plains in the north. The dissected terrain contains a series of mesas (isolated high plateau) and buttes (a small flat topped hill).
|Image capture start||2004-12-25 T 00:42:09.79 Z|
|Image capture stop||2004-12-25 T 00:45:47.81 Z|
77 x 845 x 63 x 845 km
|Source reference file||
|Max. resolution of original||
12.1 m per pixel
|Max. resolution of processed file||
~100 m per pixel
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Last Update: 1 September 2019