A false colour topographic Mars Globe with relief detail.
Based on MOLA data from the Mars Global Surveyor, this "false colour" colouration is a representation of global elevation differences mapped to a gradient. From white for the highest peaks, to red and yellow, to blue and purple for the lowest plains and basins.
Such a globe can allow someone to quickly get a feel of the planet's overall geology. Such as the enormous Mons, the smooth northern hemisphere or the enormous Hellas Planitia impact basin.