If I had made reference in a previous post to the fact of thinking that Sir Arthur C. Clarke Memorial Station would be a fitting name for Phoenix's landing site, somehow, like to see a reference to Peary, Henson and the Inuits.
An Inuit word would be, in my opinion, a good choice since we are headed to the north pole of Mars.
Here's one suggestion:
It stands for "you are welcome here"...a nice way of making Phoenix feel at home isn't it?...
If you have any other idea feel free to drop it at spacEurope's mailbox.
EDITED: For those who might get superstitious for the similarity between this suggestion and...Tunguska...here's a list of Inuit words for you to play with.
I like particularly the following Inuit expression that I find quite appropriate for Phoenix...:
which stands for "visiting and expecting food"...
Now...Get your 3D glasses on!
Here you have it:
As marwiggle indicates, the new center line cuts the frame in half, from upper left to lower right (not shown). The image is half of the normal HiRISE resolution and its width is approximately 550 m.
According to the UMSF member, there's, in his opinion, no significant exaggeration compared to a realistic elevation model, very little at best.
Quoting marswiggle: "No mountains visible, but the surface is far from featureless!
Don't miss also Emily Lakdawalla's excellent entry about Phoenix's landing site at The Planetary Society blog, where you can find this precious topographic jewel...:
4 Days to Mars!
4 days to Mars? I think that this is time to reduce the countdown to hours…
And those are closer to be less than an hundred...
111 Hours to Mars! (as I write this...)