Seeing to New Depths
As promised in yesterday's featured image, here is another 3D anaglyph that was created from recently acquired images. View it with a pair of red-cyan 3D glasses to get the full effect and to see deep into this crater! The topography appears exaggerated in the stereo view of this roughly one-kilometer deep crater, accentuating the terraces on the crater's walls and the central peak, topped with hollows, rising from the crater's floor. This image has been rotated 90° to the right (such that north is to the right) for better viewing with the red-cyan glasses.
Date acquired: March 22, 2013
Image Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Carnegie Institution of Washington