My Favorite Images from the Planetary Photojoural
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Catalog # Target Mission Instrument Addition Date Size
Remove Image from Favorite List PIA21398 Ceres Dawn
Framing Camera
2017-03-09 1019x816x3
This 3-D image, or anaglyph, shows the center of Occator Crater, the brightest area on dwarf planet Ceres, using data from NASA's Dawn mission. The bright central area, including a dome that is 0.25 miles (400 meters) high, is called Cerealia Facula.
Occator's Bright Spots in 3-D