A1) WAC simulated view of image A2), with the NAC field of view outlined with the red square. A2) NAC image taken on September 19, 2014, showing a side view of the Aswan site. B1) WAC simulated view of image B2) with the NAC field of view outlined with the red square. B2) NAC image taken on September 22, 2014, showing a view from the top of the Aswan site. Three specific features are identified in both images to facilitate understanding the geometry of the observation. The arrow indicates a 5.5 m boulder in close proximity to the 200 m wide pit, the circle shows the boulder (19.3 m wide) closest to the 50 m long fracture presented in Fig. 11, while the rectangle indicates the limit of the outcropping layered terrain.
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