HRSC image of Phobos - 3D (10 March 2010)
The High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC) on board Mars Express took the images for this 3D stereo composite of the surface of the moon Phobos on 10 March 2010.
The image data were taken from a distance of 278 km with a spatial resolution of about 9 metre per pixel in orbit 7926. All images are contrast-enhanced and geometrically adjusted for flight movements. The anaglyph has also been slightly geometrically adjusted at the left rim of the Phobos image to correct for viewing conditions.
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