The High-Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC) onboard the ESA spacecraft Mars Express obtained images focusing on a depression that displays a crater at the end of the long, winding valley, Mamers Valles.
The data was obtained on 5 August 2006 with a ground resolution of approximately 14 m/per pixel. The image is centred at approximately 39° north and 17° east on the planet.
This (3D) anaglyph image was calculated from the nadir and one stereo channel. The black and white high-resolution images were derived form the nadir channel which provides the highest level of detail.