The cartography of the surface of Mars

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In this interview, Klaus Gwinner, a planetary geologist at the DLR Institute of Planetary Research, reports on the 3D modeling and cartography of the surface of Mars based on data from the HRSC camera.
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data and this is that we are able to give them the global
coordinates for each point we're imaging is is a very
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