First Image Of Mars After MOM Comes Out of Blackout

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Sinus Sabaeus Quadrangle of Mars

After MOM blackout, all the instruments are up and started acquiring data as usual.

Mars Color Camera (MCC), the eye of MOM continue to send beautiful images of Martian terrain. This image is pertaining to Sinus Sabaeus quadrangle of Mars, above Dawes crater and to the left of Schroeter crater. This image was captured on July 14, 2015 at an altitude of 2555 km with a resolution of 132.8 m.

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