HiPOD: 5 July 2019
Ridge in Hesperia Planum

A Ridge in Hesperia Planum
Our objective is to look for fault offsets to see if these thrusts are surface breaking or not. Hesperia Planum is a broad lava plain in the southern highlands of Mars. The plain is notable for its moderate number of impact craters and abundant wrinkle ridges.

ID: ESP_013040_1520
date: 8 May 2009
altitude: 252 km
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NASA/JPL/University of Arizona
Black & white is less than 5 km across; enhanced color is less than 1 km