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Anaglyph image of Kepler crater
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- Title Anaglyph image of Kepler crater
- Released 30/06/2006 2:56 pm
- Copyright ESA/Space-X (Space Exploration Institute)
This 3D anaglyph image shows Kepler, a young crater on the Moon. AMIE obtained this sequence on 13 January 2006 from a distance ranging between 1613 and 1702 kilometres from the surface, with a ground resolution between 146 and 154 metres per pixel.
The imaged area is centred at a latitude of 37.8º South and longitude 9.0º East. Kepler is a small young crater situated between Oceanus Procellarum and Mare Insularum. It has a diameter of 32 km and it is 2.6 kilometres deep.
This image is best viewed with 3D red/green glasses (red on the left eye).