Craters, lava flows and tectonic features near Ma’adim Vallis ESA

The Mars Express High Resolution Stereo Camera imaged a region close to Ma’adim Vallis, one of the largest canyons on Mars, finding craters, lava flows and tectonic features.
After Valles Marineris, Ma’adim Vallis is one of the largest canyons on Mars. The region, lying south-east of Ma’adim Vallis, was imaged on 24 December 2008. The pictures are centred at about 29°S and 182°E and have a ground resolution of 15 m/pixel.