An anaglyph image of Schiaparelli’s landing site and surrounding area has been constructed from the previously published images taken on 25 October (left image) and 1 November 2016 (right image) by the HiRISE camera on NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.
The image provides a 3D view of the landscape when viewed using stereoscopic glasses with red–green/blue filters. It shows the imaging swath in the Meridiani Planum region, with the components relating to the ExoMars module – the front shield, the parachute and rear heatshield, and the impact site itself – situated above the large crater seen towards the centre of the image (see previous labeled images for context).
No new details of the module components are immediately revealed at this time.
For full resolution and imaging details see the HiRISE page here.