The Bruce Murray Space Image Library
Sinus Iridum in perspective
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Digital Elevation Model (DEM) of Sinus Iridum. The image was taken at 19 km altitude from the lunar surface. The spatial resolution of the original image is 1.3 m/pixel. The largest crater is about 2 km in diameter and 450 m in depth.
Chang'E 2 image of Sinus Iridum
Part of Sinus Iridum, photographed by Chang'E-2 on Oct. 28, 2010. The image is centered at 31.3°W, 43.4°N. The spatial resolution of the image is 1.3 m/pixel, much higher that 120 m of Chang'E-1. The largest crater in the picture is 2.0 km in diameter. (Note: this version of the image has much lower resolution than 1.3 meters per pixel.)
Original image data dated on or about October 28, 2010.
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