Photogrammetric data processing obtained by spacecrafts (SC) in the different missions, allows you build a geodetic reference networks for small celestial bodies of the Solar system. As a result of processing stereo images were created new support network for Phobos, IO, Enceladus. By its parameters (dimensions, precision) they are superior to the previous build and could serve as the basis for modeling of figures and data fields of the celestial bodies, the generation of digital elevation models (Dems). Also as a result of the adjustment of networks were obtained clarified the elements of orientation of images is used, which is an important fact for future use (to build orthomosaic, Refine orbits and SPACECRAFT navigation, etc).
Fig. 1. Phobos Model (satellite of Mars), obtained by MExLab built in support network
Fig. 2. The distribution of points and error control network of Phobos
Fig. 3. 3-D model of Enceladus (a moon of Saturn) with the control network, built in MExLab
Fig. 4. The distribution of points and error control network of Enceladus
Fig. 5. 3-D model of IO (moon of Jupiter) with the control network, built in MExLab
Fig. 6. The distribution of points in a control network for IO and errors. Color zoning was carried out orthomosaic resolution images.