Mars Image subregion 11A
Mars "Mare Boreum" (north pole) region 11
|View of structures (right half)||view of structures (left half)||Original NASA image & URL||Hi-res downloads||Details on how to edit images||return to Mars gallery|
|This is a NASA Mars orbiting satellite image. This is a small portion of the right side of subregion 11A which has been edited and reduced in size for web posting purposes. You can download higher resolution images on this page to see details more clearly.|
|This is a small portion of the left half of Mars subregion 11A.|
|Below: This is a full unedited copy of the original satellite image from the NASA website. You can copy this image shown below or you can go directly to the NASA site and download it: http://marsoweb.nas.nasa.gov/MOC/maps/subregion11A.jpg|
|Lower resolution jpg||Higher resolution bmp|
|edited image subregion 11A||Cropped right half image as shown above jpg168K||Cropped right half image as shown above bmp 1.37 mb|
|edited image subregion 11A||Cropped left half image as shown above jpg 135 K||Cropped left half image as shown above bmp 1.03 mb|
|edited image Subregion 11A||entire subregion 11A jpg 2.64 mb||entire subregion 11A bmp 33.75 mb|
|unedited Original image from NASA subregion 11A||original unedited subregion 11A jpg 29 K||original unedited subregion 11A bmp 760 K|
|Direct link to original image on NASA website||http://marsoweb.nas.nasa.gov/MOC/maps/subregion11A.jpg|
image editing settings for subregion 11A
save an unedited copy of the original photo so you can always go back
and redo the image if you don't like the results.
This image works best with 400 DPI and additionally increase image size by 150 %. This can be increased further as desired. At this setting, the full image will be over 33 mb in file size.
Important: read the computer capacity instructions on #7 before changing size or resolution because it can crash your computer if you are not set up to handle extremely large files.