PIA00683: Twin Peaks - 3D
Target Name: Mars
Is a satellite of: Sol (our sun)
Mission: Mars Pathfinder (MPF)
Spacecraft: Mars Pathfinder Lander
Instrument: Imager for Mars Pathfinder
Product Size: 800 x 600 pixels (width x height)
Produced By: JPL
Producer ID: P48916
MRPS81438
Addition Date: 1997-07-13
Other Information: You will need 3D glasses
Primary Data Set: MARS_PATHFINDER_PAGE
Full-Res TIFF: PIA00683.tif (1.165 MB)
Full-Res JPEG: PIA00683.jpg (78.45 kB)

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Original Caption Released with Image:

The two hills in the distance, approximately one to two kilometers away, have been dubbed the "Twin Peaks" and are of great interest to Pathfinder scientists as objects of future study. 3D glasses are necessary to identify surface detail. The white areas on the left hill, called the "Ski Run" by scientists, may have been formed by hydrologic processes.

The IMP is a stereo imaging system with color capability provided by 24 selectable filters -- twelve filters per "eye.

Click below to see the left and right views individually.

Left

Right

Photojournal note: Sojourner spent 83 days of a planned seven-day mission exploring the Martian terrain, acquiring images, and taking chemical, atmospheric and other measurements. The final data transmission received from Pathfinder was at 10:23 UTC on September 27, 1997. Although mission managers tried to restore full communications during the following five months, the successful mission was terminated on March 10, 1998.

Image Credit:
NASA/JPL

Image Addition Date:
1997-07-13