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      Description
      The High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC) on board of MEX images the surface of Mars in four colors and five different phase angles (up to 18.9°) at a spatial resolution of 12.5 m per pixel. This configuration allows the derivation of digital terrain models with a grid size of up to 50 m and a height accuracy of 10 m. Due to the elliptical orbit, the spatial resolution depends on the respective distance from the surface of Mars. After ten Earth years of operation, ~70% of the surface are covered by panchromatic images with a spatial resolution better than 20 m per pixel and ~90% with a spatial resolution better than 100 m per pixel.
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      Multi-temporal Database of Planetary Image Data

      The Multi-temporal Database of Planetary Image Data is a tool to identify the spatial and temporal coverage of planetary image data from Mars, Moon, and Mercury. Over four million image meta datasets from several missions and instruments are integrated into our database. Overlapping image data co be searched under user-defined spatial and temporal conditions. Furthermore, the temporal context of the data can be analyzed.

      Reference

      When using MUTED in research, you are encouraged to use the following reference in publications or presentations:

      Heyer et al. (2018) PSS 159, 56-65.

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      Questions or suggestions? We welcome any feedback you have on MUTED. If there are additional features or datasets you would like to see, let us know: muted.info@uni-muenster.de

      Coordination

      Prof. Dr. Harald Hiesinger

      Dr. Thomas Heyer

      Wajiha Iqbal

      Dr. Nico Schmedemann

      Former associates

      Dr. Jan Raack

      Dr. Hannes Bernhardt

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