HRSC image of Phobos - 3D (7 March 2010)
The High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC) onboard the ESA spacecraft Mars Express took the images for this stereo composite of the surface of the moon Phobos on 7 March 2010. Due to the stereo viewing geometry during the flyby a small part of the moon's edge is only visible for the right eye resulting in odd 3D-perception in this area. Image data were taken from a distance of 130 km with a spatial resolution of about 4.4 metres per pixel in orbit 7915.
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