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Mars topographical map, satellite image

Mars topographical map, satellite image

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DETLEV VAN RAVENSWAAY / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY DETLEV VAN RAVENSWAAY / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption

Mars topographical map. Three-dimensional composite satellite image of the surface of Mars. Topographical features are labelled in white. North is at top. In this false-colour image, elevation is colour coded from white (highest) through red, yellow, green and blue to purple (lowest). Features visible include the Hellas Planitia (lower right, purple), a large impact basin, which at about 2,300 kilometres in diameter is the largest impact structure on the planet. Also seen is the Olympus Mons (centre left), the tallest known volcano and mountain in our solar system. The map was created using data from the Mars Global Surveyor spacecraft's Mars Orbiter Laser Altimeter.

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