A Mountain of Hollows - in 3D!
Find a pair of red-cyan 3D glasses to fully view this image! This anaglyph image was created from the two images featured yesterday, and shows the central peak structure of a 60-kilometer crater that is covered with hollows. In the anaglyph, the topography of the surface appears exaggerated; the height of this mountain of hollows is roughly about a kilometer. The image has also been rotated 90° to the right (such that north is to the right), to make the 3D effect easier to view on the screen.
Date acquired: March 24, 2013
Image Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Carnegie Institution of Washington