This unnamed elongated depression is located just to the south of the much larger Huygens crater. It is about 78 km in length, opens from just under 10 km wide at one end to 25 km at the other, and reaches a depth of 2 km. A blanket of material that looks as if it was ejected from an impact surrounds it. The High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC) on ESA’s Mars Express took this image. It was obtained during orbit 8433 on 4 August 2010 and has a resolution of about 15 m per pixel. It combines data from HRSC’s nadir channel and one stereo channel to produce this 3D image. Stereoscopic glasses are required to see the 3D effect.