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Video: A Stunning Mars Flyover

Video: A Stunning Mars Flyover

The video below, released to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Mars Express, is a stunning flyover of the planet, showcasing grabens, dendritic valleys, lava flows and the highest known mountain in the Solar System. 

The European Space Agency’s Mars Express has been around the Red Planet quite a few times –  some 12,000 times, in fact. In the process, the space probe’s High Resolution Stereo Camera, has captured enough images to create “an almost global digital topographic model of the surface,” according to the space agency.


The video below, released to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Mars Express, is a stunning flyover of the planet, showcasing grabens, dendritic valleys, lava flows and the highest known mountain in the Solar System. 

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