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Portion of Beagle 2 Landing Ellipse in Isidis Planitia
Portion of Beagle 2 Landing Ellipse in Isidis Planitia
 Media credit: Image courtesy NASA/JPL/University of Arizona

Observation ID
PSP_002347_1915

Release date
14 February 2007

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This image was targeted to a dark spot seen in a MOC image that was suggested to be the Beagle 2 landing site (see Beagle 2 Landing Site Located? for more information).

The dark spot corresponds to an impact crater, which is shown in color here (795 x 712; 1.7 MB.) The European Beagle 2 lander was carried by the Mars Express orbiting spacecraft and released into the Martian atmosphere in December 2003, but has not been heard from since.

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