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Mars Express video Holden Crater flyover
aldo12xu
post Jun 29 2006, 11:06 PM
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It's been some time since one of my Mars Express videos, so I thought I'd get back into it with a flyover Holden Crater, one of the favoured 2009 MSL landing sites. The video starts off in Uzboi Vallis and then circles the crater rim flying over channels, gullies, stepped terraces, an allivial fan and then back into Uzboi.

I used two ESA photos and the colours on both are quite different. Any idea why such a variation?

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post Jun 30 2006, 11:20 AM
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QUOTE (aldo12xu @ Jun 30 2006, 12:06 AM) *
It's been some time since one of my Mars Express videos, so I thought I'd get back into it with a flyover Holden Crater, one of the favoured 2009 MSL landing sites. The video starts off in Uzboi Vallis and then circles the crater rim flying over channels, gullies, stepped terraces, an allivial fan and then back into Uzboi.

I used two ESA photos and the colours on both are quite different. Any idea why such a variation?

Enjoy!



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