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This figure shows the volcanic peak Idunn Mons in the Imdr Regio area of Venus. The topographic backbone (brown color) was derived from data obtained by NASA's Magellan spacecraft and the overlay was derived from data from ESA's Venus Express Spacecraft.
This figure shows the volcanic peak Idunn Mons in the Imdr Regio area of Venus. The topographic backbone (brown color) was derived from data obtained by NASA's Magellan spacecraft and the overlay was derived from data from ESA's Venus Express Spacecraft.

Surface Warmth on a Venus Volcano

This figure shows the volcanic peak Idunn Mons in the Imdr Regio area of Venus. The topographic backbone (brown color) was derived from data obtained by NASA's Magellan spacecraft and the overlay was derived from data from ESA's Venus Express Spacecraft.

Target: Venus
Mission: Magellan, Venus Express
Spacecraft: Magellan, Venus Express
Instrument: Visible and Infrared Thermal Imaging Spectrometer
Size: 1920 x 1080
ID#: PIA13001
Added: 2010-04-08

Views: 4199

Surface Warmth on a Venus Volcano

This figure shows the volcanic peak Idunn Mons in the Imdr Regio area of Venus. The topographic backbone (brown color) was derived from data obtained by NASA's Magellan spacecraft and the overlay was derived from data from ESA's Venus Express Spacecraft.

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NASA's Mariner 2 was the world's first successful interplanetary spacecraft. Launched August 27, 1962, on an Atlas-Agena rocket, Mariner 2 passed within about 34,000 kilometers (21,000 miles) of Venus.
NASA's Mariner 2 was the world's first successful interplanetary spacecraft. Launched August 27, 1962, on an Atlas-Agena rocket, Mariner 2 passed within about 34,000 kilometers (21,000 miles) of Venus.

Mariner 2 (Artist's Concept)

NASA's Mariner 2 was the world's first successful interplanetary spacecraft. Launched August 27, 1962, on an Atlas-Agena rocket, Mariner 2 passed within about 34,000 kilometers (21,000 miles) of Venus.

Target: Venus
Mission: Mariner
Spacecraft: Mariner 2
Size: 1515 x 1218
ID#: PIA04594
Added: 2003-06-27

Views: 3900

Mariner 2 (Artist's Concept)

NASA's Mariner 2 was the world's first successful interplanetary spacecraft. Launched August 27, 1962, on an Atlas-Agena rocket, Mariner 2 passed within about 34,000 kilometers (21,000 miles) of Venus.

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The images used for the base of this globe show the northern and southern hemispheres of Venus as revealed by more than a decade of radar investigations culminating in the 1990-1994 NASA Magellan mission.
The images used for the base of this globe show the northern and southern hemispheres of Venus as revealed by more than a decade of radar investigations culminating in the 1990-1994 NASA Magellan mission.

Venus Hemispherical Globes (with place names)

The images used for the base of this globe show the northern and southern hemispheres of Venus as revealed by more than a decade of radar investigations culminating in the 1990-1994 NASA Magellan mission.

Target: Venus
Mission: Magellan
Spacecraft: Arecibo Observatory, Magellan, Pioneer Venus Orbiter
Instrument: Arecibo Radar Data, Radar System
Size: 15464 x 9249
ID#: PIA03167
Added: 2001-08-27

Views: 3626

Venus Hemispherical Globes (with place names)

The images used for the base of this globe show the northern and southern hemispheres of Venus as revealed by more than a decade of radar investigations culminating in the 1990-1994 NASA Magellan mission.

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The images used for the base of this globe show the northern and southern hemispheres of Venus as revealed by more than a decade of radar investigations culminating in the 1990-1994 NASA Magellan mission.
The images used for the base of this globe show the northern and southern hemispheres of Venus as revealed by more than a decade of radar investigations culminating in the 1990-1994 NASA Magellan mission.

Venus Hemispherical Globes

The images used for the base of this globe show the northern and southern hemispheres of Venus as revealed by more than a decade of radar investigations culminating in the 1990-1994 NASA Magellan mission.

Target: Venus
Mission: Magellan
Spacecraft: Arecibo Observatory, Magellan, Pioneer Venus Orbiter
Instrument: Arecibo Radar Data, Radar System
Size: 13966 x 8887
ID#: PIA03151
Added: 2001-03-15

Views: 2778

Venus Hemispherical Globes

The images used for the base of this globe show the northern and southern hemispheres of Venus as revealed by more than a decade of radar investigations culminating in the 1990-1994 NASA Magellan mission.

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Venus Cloud Tops Viewed by Hubble. This is a NASA Hubble Space Telescope ultraviolet-light image of the planet Venus, taken on January 24 1995, when Venus was at a distance of 70.6 million miles (113.6 million kilometers) from Earth.
Venus Cloud Tops Viewed by Hubble. This is a NASA Hubble Space Telescope ultraviolet-light image of the planet Venus, taken on January 24 1995, when Venus was at a distance of 70.6 million miles (113.6 million kilometers) from Earth.

Venus Cloud Tops Viewed by Hubble

Venus Cloud Tops Viewed by Hubble. This is a NASA Hubble Space Telescope ultraviolet-light image of the planet Venus, taken on January 24 1995, when Venus was at a distance of 70.6 million miles (113.6 million kilometers) from Earth.

Target: Venus
Mission: Hubble Space Telescope (HST)
Spacecraft: Hubble Space Telescope
Instrument: Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
Size: 170 x 248
ID#: PIA01544
Added: 1999-05-18

Views: 4781

Venus Cloud Tops Viewed by Hubble

Venus Cloud Tops Viewed by Hubble. This is a NASA Hubble Space Telescope ultraviolet-light image of the planet Venus, taken on January 24 1995, when Venus was at a distance of 70.6 million miles (113.6 million kilometers) from Earth.

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This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, is a look westward across the Fortuna Tessera toward the slopes of Maxwell Montes.
This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, is a look westward across the Fortuna Tessera toward the slopes of Maxwell Montes.

Looking Westward Across the Fortuna Tessera (Right Member of a Synthetic Stereo Pair)

This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, is a look westward across the Fortuna Tessera toward the slopes of Maxwell Montes.

Target: Venus
Mission: Magellan
Spacecraft: Magellan
Instrument: Radar System
Size: 700 x 1400
ID#: PIA00316
Added: 1998-06-04

Views: 2532

Looking Westward Across the Fortuna Tessera (Right Member of a Synthetic Stereo Pair)

This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, is a look westward across the Fortuna Tessera toward the slopes of Maxwell Montes.

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This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, is a look westward across the Fortuna Tessera toward the slopes of Maxwell Montes.
This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, is a look westward across the Fortuna Tessera toward the slopes of Maxwell Montes.

Looking Westward Across the Fortuna Tessera (Left Member of a Synthetic Stereo Pair)

This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, is a look westward across the Fortuna Tessera toward the slopes of Maxwell Montes.

Target: Venus
Mission: Magellan
Spacecraft: Magellan
Instrument: Radar System
Size: 700 x 1400
ID#: PIA00315
Added: 1998-06-04

Views: 3046

Looking Westward Across the Fortuna Tessera (Left Member of a Synthetic Stereo Pair)

This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, is a look westward across the Fortuna Tessera toward the slopes of Maxwell Montes.

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This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows part of the lowland plains in Sedna Planitia.
This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows part of the lowland plains in Sedna Planitia.

Sedna Planitia (Right Member of a Synthetic Stereo Pair)

This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows part of the lowland plains in Sedna Planitia.

Target: Venus
Mission: Magellan
Spacecraft: Magellan
Instrument: Radar System
Size: 700 x 1400
ID#: PIA00314
Added: 1998-06-04

Views: 2539

Sedna Planitia (Right Member of a Synthetic Stereo Pair)

This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows part of the lowland plains in Sedna Planitia.

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This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows part of the lowland plains in Sedna Planitia. Circular depressions with associated fracture patterns, called 'coronae.'
This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows part of the lowland plains in Sedna Planitia. Circular depressions with associated fracture patterns, called 'coronae.'

Sedna Planitia (Left Member of a Synthetic Stereo Pair)

This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows part of the lowland plains in Sedna Planitia. Circular depressions with associated fracture patterns, called 'coronae.'

Target: Venus
Mission: Magellan
Spacecraft: Magellan
Instrument: Radar System
Size: 700 x 1400
ID#: PIA00313
Added: 1998-06-04

Views: 2410

Sedna Planitia (Left Member of a Synthetic Stereo Pair)

This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows part of the lowland plains in Sedna Planitia. Circular depressions with associated fracture patterns, called 'coronae.'

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This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows the impact crater Markham, named after the English aviator Beryl Markham.
This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows the impact crater Markham, named after the English aviator Beryl Markham.

Magellan's View of Crater Markham, 0° N, 163° E

This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows the impact crater Markham, named after the English aviator Beryl Markham.

Target: Venus
Mission: Magellan
Spacecraft: Magellan
Instrument: Radar System
Size: 1500 x 1500
ID#: PIA00312
Added: 1998-06-04

Views: 2884

Magellan's View of Crater Markham, 0° N, 163° E

This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows the impact crater Markham, named after the English aviator Beryl Markham.

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This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows the boundary between the lowland plains and characteristic Venusian highland terrain in Ovda Region.
This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows the boundary between the lowland plains and characteristic Venusian highland terrain in Ovda Region.

Magellan's Perspective View of Ovda Regio, 0° S, 129° E

This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows the boundary between the lowland plains and characteristic Venusian highland terrain in Ovda Region.

Target: Venus
Mission: Magellan
Spacecraft: Magellan
Instrument: Radar System
Size: 2100 x 900
ID#: PIA00311
Added: 1998-06-04

Views: 2689

Magellan's Perspective View of Ovda Regio, 0° S, 129° E

This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows the boundary between the lowland plains and characteristic Venusian highland terrain in Ovda Region.

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This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows the boundary between the lowland plains and characteristic Venusian highland terrain in Ovda Regio.
This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows the boundary between the lowland plains and characteristic Venusian highland terrain in Ovda Regio.

Magellan's Perspective View of Ovda Regio, 0° N, 129° E

This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows the boundary between the lowland plains and characteristic Venusian highland terrain in Ovda Regio.

Target: Venus
Mission: Magellan
Spacecraft: Magellan
Instrument: Radar System
Size: 2100 x 1500
ID#: PIA00310
Added: 1998-06-04

Views: 4227

Magellan's Perspective View of Ovda Regio, 0° N, 129° E

This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows the boundary between the lowland plains and characteristic Venusian highland terrain in Ovda Regio.

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This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows the boundary between the lowland plains and characteristic Venusian highland terrain in Ovda Regio.
This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows the boundary between the lowland plains and characteristic Venusian highland terrain in Ovda Regio.

Magellan's Perspective View of Ovda Regio, 0° N, 77° E

This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows the boundary between the lowland plains and characteristic Venusian highland terrain in Ovda Regio.

Target: Venus
Mission: Magellan
Spacecraft: Magellan
Instrument: Radar System
Size: 1500 x 1500
ID#: PIA00309
Added: 1998-06-04

Views: 2630

Magellan's Perspective View of Ovda Regio, 0° N, 77° E

This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows the boundary between the lowland plains and characteristic Venusian highland terrain in Ovda Regio.

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This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows part of the lowlands to the north of Ovda Regio. The prominent topographic feature is a shield volcano.
This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows part of the lowlands to the north of Ovda Regio. The prominent topographic feature is a shield volcano.

Magellan's Perspective View of Ovda Regio, 15° N, 77° E

This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows part of the lowlands to the north of Ovda Regio. The prominent topographic feature is a shield volcano.

Target: Venus
Mission: Magellan
Spacecraft: Magellan
Instrument: Radar System
Size: 1500 x 1500
ID#: PIA00308
Added: 1998-06-04

Views: 4783

Magellan's Perspective View of Ovda Regio, 15° N, 77° E

This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows part of the lowlands to the north of Ovda Regio. The prominent topographic feature is a shield volcano.

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This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows part of the lowland plains in Sedna Planitia.
This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows part of the lowland plains in Sedna Planitia.

Magellan's Perspective View of Sedna Planitia, 45° N, 11° E

This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows part of the lowland plains in Sedna Planitia.

Target: Venus
Mission: Magellan
Spacecraft: Magellan
Instrument: Radar System
Size: 2000 x 1600
ID#: PIA00307
Added: 1998-06-04

Views: 3398

Magellan's Perspective View of Sedna Planitia, 45° N, 11° E

This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows part of the lowland plains in Sedna Planitia.

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This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows part of Sedna Planitia and illustrates a common phenomenon of the lowland plains of Venus.
This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows part of Sedna Planitia and illustrates a common phenomenon of the lowland plains of Venus.

Magellan's Perspective View of Sedna Planitia, 45° N, 350° E

This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows part of Sedna Planitia and illustrates a common phenomenon of the lowland plains of Venus.

Target: Venus
Mission: Magellan
Spacecraft: Magellan
Instrument: Radar System
Size: 2000 x 940
ID#: PIA00306
Added: 1998-06-04

Views: 3356

Magellan's Perspective View of Sedna Planitia, 45° N, 350° E

This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from NASA's Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows part of Sedna Planitia and illustrates a common phenomenon of the lowland plains of Venus.

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The view of Venus, after more than a decade of radar investigations culminating in the 1990-1994 NASA Magellan mission, is centered at 270 degrees east longitude.
The view of Venus, after more than a decade of radar investigations culminating in the 1990-1994 NASA Magellan mission, is centered at 270 degrees east longitude.

Hemispheric View of Venus Centered at 270° East Longitude

The view of Venus, after more than a decade of radar investigations culminating in the 1990-1994 NASA Magellan mission, is centered at 270 degrees east longitude.

Target: Venus
Mission: Magellan
Spacecraft: Magellan
Instrument: Radar System
Size: 4064 x 4064
ID#: PIA00160
Added: 1998-06-04

Views: 3417

Hemispheric View of Venus Centered at 270° East Longitude

The view of Venus, after more than a decade of radar investigations culminating in the 1990-1994 NASA Magellan mission, is centered at 270 degrees east longitude.

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The view of Venus, after more than a decade of radar investigations culminating in the 1990-1994 NASA Magellan mission, is centered at 180 degrees east longitude.
The view of Venus, after more than a decade of radar investigations culminating in the 1990-1994 NASA Magellan mission, is centered at 180 degrees east longitude.

Hemispheric View of Venus Centered at 180° East Longitude

The view of Venus, after more than a decade of radar investigations culminating in the 1990-1994 NASA Magellan mission, is centered at 180 degrees east longitude.

Target: Venus
Mission: Magellan
Spacecraft: Magellan
Instrument: Radar System
Size: 4064 x 4064
ID#: PIA00159
Added: 1998-06-04

Views: 4024

Hemispheric View of Venus Centered at 180° East Longitude

The view of Venus, after more than a decade of radar investigations culminating in the 1990-1994 NASA Magellan mission, is centered at 180 degrees east longitude.

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The hemispheric view of Venus, as revealed by more than a decade of radar investigations culminating in NASA's 1990-1994 Magellan mission, is centered at 90 degrees east longitude.
The hemispheric view of Venus, as revealed by more than a decade of radar investigations culminating in NASA's 1990-1994 Magellan mission, is centered at 90 degrees east longitude.

Hemispheric View of Venus Centered at 90 Degrees East Longitude

The hemispheric view of Venus, as revealed by more than a decade of radar investigations culminating in NASA's 1990-1994 Magellan mission, is centered at 90 degrees east longitude.

Target: Venus
Mission: Magellan
Spacecraft: Magellan
Instrument: Radar System
Size: 4064 x 4064
ID#: PIA00158
Added: 1998-06-04

Views: 4389

Hemispheric View of Venus Centered at 90 Degrees East Longitude

The hemispheric view of Venus, as revealed by more than a decade of radar investigations culminating in NASA's 1990-1994 Magellan mission, is centered at 90 degrees east longitude.

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The hemispheric view of Venus, as revealed by more than a decade of radar investigations culminating in NASA's 1990-1994 Magellan mission, is centered at 0 degrees east longitude.
The hemispheric view of Venus, as revealed by more than a decade of radar investigations culminating in NASA's 1990-1994 Magellan mission, is centered at 0 degrees east longitude.

Hemispheric View of Venus Centered at 0 Degrees East Longitude

The hemispheric view of Venus, as revealed by more than a decade of radar investigations culminating in NASA's 1990-1994 Magellan mission, is centered at 0 degrees east longitude.

Target: Venus
Mission: Magellan
Spacecraft: Magellan
Instrument: Radar System
Size: 4064 x 4064
ID#: PIA00157
Added: 1998-06-04

Views: 5612

Hemispheric View of Venus Centered at 0 Degrees East Longitude

The hemispheric view of Venus, as revealed by more than a decade of radar investigations culminating in NASA's 1990-1994 Magellan mission, is centered at 0 degrees east longitude.

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This perspective view of Ishtar Terra was derived from data obtained by NASA's Pioneer Venus spacecraft's altimetry radar instrument.
This perspective view of Ishtar Terra was derived from data obtained by NASA's Pioneer Venus spacecraft's altimetry radar instrument.

Perspective View of Ishtar Terra

This perspective view of Ishtar Terra was derived from data obtained by NASA's Pioneer Venus spacecraft's altimetry radar instrument.

Target: Venus
Mission: Pioneer Venus
Spacecraft: Pioneer Venus Orbiter
Instrument: Radar System
Size: 500 x 568
ID#: PIA00093
Added: 1998-06-03

Views: 3950

Perspective View of Ishtar Terra

This perspective view of Ishtar Terra was derived from data obtained by NASA's Pioneer Venus spacecraft's altimetry radar instrument.

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A portion of Alpha Regio is displayed in this three-dimensional perspective view of the surface of Venus from NASA's Magellan spacecraft. In 1963, Alpha Regio was the first feature on Venus to be identified from Earth-based radar.
A portion of Alpha Regio is displayed in this three-dimensional perspective view of the surface of Venus from NASA's Magellan spacecraft. In 1963, Alpha Regio was the first feature on Venus to be identified from Earth-based radar.

Venus - Three-Dimensional Perspective View of Alpha Regio

A portion of Alpha Regio is displayed in this three-dimensional perspective view of the surface of Venus from NASA's Magellan spacecraft. In 1963, Alpha Regio was the first feature on Venus to be identified from Earth-based radar.

Target: Venus
Mission: Magellan
Spacecraft: Magellan
Instrument: Radar System
Size: 5000 x 4000
ID#: PIA00481
Added: 1996-12-02

Views: 4851

Venus - Three-Dimensional Perspective View of Alpha Regio

A portion of Alpha Regio is displayed in this three-dimensional perspective view of the surface of Venus from NASA's Magellan spacecraft. In 1963, Alpha Regio was the first feature on Venus to be identified from Earth-based radar.

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Crater Isabella is seen in this radar image from NASA's Magellan spacecraft. The second largest impact crater on Venus, the crater is named in honor of the 15th Century queen of Spain, Isabella of Castile.
Crater Isabella is seen in this radar image from NASA's Magellan spacecraft. The second largest impact crater on Venus, the crater is named in honor of the 15th Century queen of Spain, Isabella of Castile.

Venus - Impact Crater 'Isabella

Crater Isabella is seen in this radar image from NASA's Magellan spacecraft. The second largest impact crater on Venus, the crater is named in honor of the 15th Century queen of Spain, Isabella of Castile.

Target: Venus
Mission: Magellan
Spacecraft: Magellan
Instrument: Radar System
Size: 5475 x 5341
ID#: PIA00480
Added: 1996-11-26

Views: 2892

Venus - Impact Crater 'Isabella

Crater Isabella is seen in this radar image from NASA's Magellan spacecraft. The second largest impact crater on Venus, the crater is named in honor of the 15th Century queen of Spain, Isabella of Castile.

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This image from NASA's Magellan spacecraft is from the northeastern Atalanta Region of Venus. The image shows the complex impact crater, Dickinson, characterized by a partial central ring and a floor flooded by radar-dark and radar-bright materials.
This image from NASA's Magellan spacecraft is from the northeastern Atalanta Region of Venus. The image shows the complex impact crater, Dickinson, characterized by a partial central ring and a floor flooded by radar-dark and radar-bright materials.

Venus - Complex Crater 'Dickinson' in NE Atalanta Region

This image from NASA's Magellan spacecraft is from the northeastern Atalanta Region of Venus. The image shows the complex impact crater, Dickinson, characterized by a partial central ring and a floor flooded by radar-dark and radar-bright materials.

Target: Venus
Mission: Magellan
Spacecraft: Magellan
Instrument: Radar System
Size: 2500 x 2950
ID#: PIA00479
Added: 1996-11-26

Views: 3252

Venus - Complex Crater 'Dickinson' in NE Atalanta Region

This image from NASA's Magellan spacecraft is from the northeastern Atalanta Region of Venus. The image shows the complex impact crater, Dickinson, characterized by a partial central ring and a floor flooded by radar-dark and radar-bright materials.

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This synthetic aperture radar mosaic from NASA's Magellan spacecraft is a global view of the surface of Venus.
This synthetic aperture radar mosaic from NASA's Magellan spacecraft is a global view of the surface of Venus.

Venus - Global View Centered at 180 degrees

This synthetic aperture radar mosaic from NASA's Magellan spacecraft is a global view of the surface of Venus.

Target: Venus
Mission: Magellan
Spacecraft: Magellan
Instrument: Radar System
Size: 10240 x 10240
ID#: PIA00478
Added: 1996-11-26

Views: 3895

Venus - Global View Centered at 180 degrees

This synthetic aperture radar mosaic from NASA's Magellan spacecraft is a global view of the surface of Venus.

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