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Martian landscape from photoclinometry
Posted 2013/08/12 | 0 comments
This 3D view of Mars was calculated using a single HiRISE image of a Martian gully. The 3D view is vertically exaggerated by a factor of 2 or 3.
3D view of an Enceladan landscape
This 3D view of Enceladus is based upon a topographic model calculated using photoclinometry on a single Cassini image of the moon.
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