Left: continuum radiance map of the Martian disk recorded at 1388.42 cm−1 on March 24, 2016 (Ls = 127°), with EXES. Right: map of the line depth of a weak CO2 transition at 1386.97 cm−1. The white dot corresponds to the position of the subsolar point. The spatial resolution is limited by the pointing accuracy of the SOFIA telescope. The field of view is indicated by a circle at the center of the figure.
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