Since 2004, Europe's Mars Express has orbited the Red Planet nearly 12,500 times, taking countless hi-res photos along the way. The data from these images have now been stitched together to create a stunning topographic model of the Martian surface.

In the video, you'll soar over mountains, craters, ancient river beds, and lava flows — all of which were drawn from images taken by the the satellite's High Resolution Stereo Camera. The video was released by the DLR German Aerospace Center as part of the ten years of Mars Express celebrations.

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