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3D Anaglyph: Cerberus Fossae

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3D Anaglyph: Cerberus Fossae This is a 3D anaglyph composed of two Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Context Camera (CTX) images taken within the Cerberus Fossae region; view it with red-blue glasses for 3D effect. The crater is about 35 kilometers in diameter. A branched trough or "fossa" cuts off its southern edge, and another, smaller straight trough segment about 8 kilometers long lies in the center of the crater.

NASA / JPL-Caltech / MSSS

Closeup on a Cerberus fossa

NASA / JPL-Caltech / MSSS

Closeup on a Cerberus fossa
This closeup stereo view of one of the many troughs that make up the Cerberus Fossae on Mars comes from the Context Camera on Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. Use red-blue glasses to get the 3D effect. The image is about 14 kilometers wide; the main trunk of the trough is roughly 500 meters across.
Closeup on a Cerberus vent

NASA / JPL-Caltech / MSSS

Closeup on a Cerberus vent
A Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Context Camera view of a vent in the Cerberus region of Mars. Use red-blue glasses to get the 3D effect. The image is about 15 kilometers across; the vent is about 8 kilometers long.
Closeup on a Cerberus vent (detail)

NASA / JPL-Caltech / MSSS

Closeup on a Cerberus vent (detail)
A Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Context Camera view of a vent in the Cerberus region of Mars. Use red-blue glasses to get the 3D effect.

Most NASA images are in the public domain. Reuse of this image is governed by NASA's image use policy.

 

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