NASA/JPL/University of Arizona/USGS
Rim of Lederberg Crater
This digital terrain model covers part of an area that was once proposed as a landing site for the European Space Agency’s ExoMars Rover near Hypanis Vallis. This cutout shows the DTM overlaid on a HiRISE image. Digital terrain models can be used to determine topographic information that would allow a rover to land safely.

At the outlet of Hypanis Vallis lies a large sediment fan—a possible delta. At the south of the image, craters have been filled in with material, probably deposited by the sediment fan, over 3.5 billion years ago.

Written by: Joel Davis
 
DTM & ORTHOIMAGES
DTEEC_034816_1925_036293_1925_L01   (361 MB)

ESP_034816_1925_RED_C_01_ORTHO
(35 MB)

ESP_034816_1925_RED_A_01_ORTHO
(290 MB)

ESP_036293_1925_RED_C_01_ORTHO
(33 MB)

ESP_036293_1925_RED_A_01_ORTHO
(359 MB)

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DTM EXTRAS
ESP_036293_1925_RED_C_01_ORTHO
(Annotated Browse)
DTEEC_034816_1925_036293_1925_L01
(Annotated Browse)
ESP_034816_1925_RED_C_01_ORTHO
(Annotated Browse)
DTEEC_034816_1925_036293_1925_L01
(Shaded Relief)
DTEEC_034816_1925_036293_1925_L01
(Color Altimetry)

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STEREO PAIR
Left observation
ESP_034816_1925

Right observation
ESP_036293_1925

Latitude (center)
12.17°

Longitude (center)
313.8°

Map scale
1.01 meter/pixel

North azimuth
270°


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