Wednesday, February 24, 2016


LAMO image 33 has been released to the JPL Photojournal.

LAMO 33 is an extreme oblique view, looking over the craters Fluusa at top center and the northern expanse of Meanderi, in the bottom right. The landscape in the imaged region is heavily cratered to the point of saturation, and incredibly varied in altitude. The topographic map shows this region is be a portion of a long section of terrain which is highly varied in elevation, from the far southern hemisphere stretching northward above 40 degrees northern latitudes. Much of the imaged region is quite old. This is correlated with the color map, with exception to a portion of the ejecta blanket from Juling crater, which is located just outside of the imaged region on the left.

LAMO 33 - PIA20387
Imaging map (2016-02-24)

Updated 2016-02-25 - Fixed links to pictures. Sorry folks.

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