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Bennu panorama from Baseball Diamond phase

Bennu panorama from Baseball Diamond phase

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Bennu panorama from Baseball Diamond phase
This image combines two pictures captured on 29 March 2019 by the OSIRIS-REx OCAMS (PolyCam) during flyby 4B of the mission's Detailed Survey: Baseball Diamond phase. The image was taken from a height of about 3.6 kilometers near Bennu's equator. The boulder-free region on the left is a crater 21.6 meters wide, and a candidate sample site. The large boulder at the bottom is one of Bennu's darkest, with an albedo of about 3.3%.

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