by Dave Knisely
The following pictures were created by David Knisely using Vistapro 2.0 landscape software (Virtual Reality Laboratories, Inc.) and data from NASA. The Martian surface scale is set at 5.0.
An aerial view of Ascraeus Mons volcano from a hundred mile north northeast of the summit.
An aerial view of a ruined crater on the southwest rim of Eos Chasma, near the east end of Coprates Chasma.
An aerial view from above the east end of Ius Chasma in the late afternoon looking west.
A view from the floor of Ius Chasma near its eastern end in the mid-morning looking west.
A view from the south rim of Ius Chasma near its west end looking west towards Noctis Labyrinthus in the morning.
A view from the floor of the outflow channel Ma’adim Vallis near its south end looking north in the morning.
A view from the southeast rim of Melas Chasma looking north west towards the mouths of Ius and Candor Chasmas. The north rim of Coprates Chasma is visible on the right.
A view from the south rim of the eastern section of Ophir Chasma looking west-northwest in the morning.