The High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC) onboard the ESA spacecraft Mars Express took this image of the Phobos Grunt landing area using the HRSC nadir channel on 7 March 2010, HRSC Orbit 7915. The image resolution is 4.4m per pixel and the insert marks the proposed landing region and sites for Phobos-Grunt.
Sharpened crop of deep crater on Phobos. Note how material has slid down the walls.
Hills & craters on the limb of Phobos. 5 KM section of limb.
Proposed Phobos-Grunt landing area.
Crop of limb.
A 4 KM wide sample area including a small crater with a boulder in the centre.
A two KM & one KM wide sadowed craters near the evening terminator on Phobos.A wider angle view of the anti Mars side of Phobos.
Grooves following the terrain of Phobos.
North is to the left, east is top. I have rotated this crop to make this look more like a landscape.
Phobos from Mars Express on the Wednesday 10th March 2010 pass. N marks North Pole on Phobos.
North Pole on Phobos. Area shown is approx 4 KM wide.
Unusual view of Stickney Crater seen from the other side than usual.