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HRSC: the High Resolution Stereo Camera of Mars Express

@inproceedings{Neukum2004HRSCTH,
  title={HRSC: the High Resolution Stereo Camera of Mars Express},
  author={G. Neukum and R. Jaumann and Hrsc Co-Investigator and Experiment Team},
  year={2004}
}
Russian-led Mars-96 mission, was selected as part of the Orbiter payload for ESA’s Mars Express mission. The HRSC is a pushbroom scanning instrument with nine CCD line detectors mounted in parallel in the focal plane. Its unique feature is the ability to obtain near-simultaneous imaging data of a specific site at high resolution, with along-track triple stereo, four colours and five different phase angles, thus avoiding any time-dependent variations of the observational conditions. An… Expand
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Table 2. HRSC Co-Investigators
    University of Helsinki, Observatory and Astrophysics Lab., PO Box 14, FIN-00014 Helsinki, Finland 16. Lab. de Géologie Dynamique de la Terre et des Planétes
    • ERS CNRS 0388), Univ. Paris-Sud (bât. 509), F-91405 Orsay Cedex