A 3-D (anaglyph) image of Mangala Fossae.
The Mangala Fossae trough is a system of outflow channels on Mars that bears evidence of lava deposition and catastrophic floods.
The HRSC on board Mars Express obtained images of this region centred at 17° south and 213° east on 21 March 2007. Mangala Fossae is approximately 1000 km long, located south-west of the volcanic region Tharsis, where the highest known volcano in the Solar System, Olympus Mons, is located.
This (3D) anaglyph image was calculated from the nadir and one stereo channel. Stereoscopic glasses are required for viewing.