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Anaglyph view of Sulpicius Gallus crater
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- Title Anaglyph view of Sulpicius Gallus crater
- Released 12/07/2006 11:34 am
- Copyright ESA/SMART-1/Space-X (Space Exploration Institute)
This 3D anaglyph image shows the area around the Sulpicius Gallus, a fairly fresh, bowl-shaped crater with a diameter of roughly 12 kilometres, on the near side of the Moon.
The stereo anaglyph view is composed from the set of images taken on 18 March 2006 (orbit 2083) and another one of the same area taken on the same day, two orbits or about 10 hours later (orbit 2085), from 1200 kilometres altitude.
The area shown in the top image is centred at a latitude of 19.7º North and longitude 12.2º East; the image in the middle is centred at a latitude of 18.2º North and longitude 12.3º East; the bottom image is centred at a latitude of 16.7º North and longitude 12.5º East.
This image is best viewed with 3D red/green glasses (red on the left eye).