HAMO 89 has just been released onto the JPL Photojournal. I've also updated the gallery and the imaging location map to reflect this entry.
|HAMO 89 - PIA20190|
|Imaging location map|
HAMO 89 is situated in the Occator quadrangle and features Ezinu crater. A distinctive chasm runs through the central portion of Ezinu crater, possibly due to Cerian quakes in the past.
As a side note in regards to the context image above, sometimes the public release data product is of low quality. There is only so much my upscaling process can do to improve poor quality data. In such instances, I would suggest zooming out on the image to view it with fewer visible artifacts; 70% - 80% of full size seems an adequate reduction.