Imaging data acquired during the MESSENGER flybys of Mercury were used to construct preliminary models of the surface topography of the planet. Overlap between the MESSENGER and Mariner 10 data sets have allowed for a true SPC analysis. Of particular interest will be the topography of the many craters and scarps in this region as well as the hummocky region antipodal to the Caloris basin.
Topography of Mercury from Stereophotoclinometric Analysis of MESSENGER Flyby 2 and Mariner 10 Images
Reference Citation: Gaskell, R.~W., Gillis-Davis, J.~J., Sprague, A.~L.\ 2008.\ Topography of Mercury from Stereophotoclinometric Analysis of MESSENGER Flyby 2 and Mariner 10 Images.\ AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2008, U21A-0011.
https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2008AGUFM.U21A0011G/abstract American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2008, abstract id.U21A-0011