Southern Crater November 28, 2005Posted by jtintle in ASU, JPL, Mars, Mars Odyssey, NASA, Space Fotos, Thermal Emission Imaging System (THEMIS).
Image Credit: NASA/JPL/ASU
|Location: 76.2S,247.8E||Released: 2005-11-28||Instrument: VIS|
|Image Size: 40.5×58.2 km, 2351×3403 px||Resolution: 17m|
This crater is located south of Agassiz Crater. It is likely that the polar freeze/thaw/frost cycle is responsible for unusual appearance of the ejecta region around the crater.