This perspective view in Meridiani Planum was generated from the high-resolution stereo camera on ESA’s Mars Express.
It shows a relatively flat and smooth foreground, which includes the landing ellipse of the ExoMars Entry, Descent and Landing Demonstrator Module.
Endeavour Crater, the current home to NASA’s Opportunity Rover, is in the background, while the crater in the foreground is known as Bopolu. Endeavour is about 22 km across, while Bopolu spans 19 km. Surrounding Bopolu is the distinct pattern of crater ejecta – the debris thrown out from the surface during the impact event that formed the crater.