Ten-meter Scale Topography and Roughness of Mars Exploration Rovers Landing Sites and Martian Polar Regions

@inproceedings{Ivanov2003TenmeterST,
  title={Ten-meter Scale Topography and Roughness of Mars Exploration Rovers Landing Sites and Martian Polar Regions},
  author={Anton B. Ivanov},
  year={2003}
}
Introduction The Mars Orbiter Camera (MOC) has been operating on board of the Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) spacecraft since 1998. It consists of three cameras Red and Blue Wide Angle cameras (FOV=140 deg.) and Narrow Angle camera (FOV=0.44 deg.). The Wide Angle camera allows surface resolution down to 230 m/pixel and the Narrow Angle camera down to 1.5 m/pixel. This work is a continuation of the project, which we have reported previously [2]. Since then we have refined and improved our stereo… CONTINUE READING

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