Chapt10

Chapt10 - Red=high Blue = low Fig. 10.22 Radar Reflectivity...

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Chapter 10 Mercury and Venus
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Fig. 10.1
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Fig. 10.2 Maximum elongation
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Fig. 10.3
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Fig. 10.4
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Fig. 10.5
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Fig. 10.6 Carolis Planitia Basin
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Fig. 10.7 Intercrater plains
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Fig. 10.8 Smooth plains
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Fig. 10.9 Scarps
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Fig. 10.10
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Fig. 10.11 Broken Terrain Diametrically opposite To Carolis Basin
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Fig. 10.12
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Fig. 10.13 Mercury is denser than Earth (Larger size Metallic core)
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Fig. 10.14
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Fig. 10.15
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Fig. 10.16
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Tab. 10.4
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Fig. 10.17
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Fig. 10.18
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Fig. 10.19 Venera landing sites
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Fig. 10.20 Map of surface elevations of Venus
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Fig. 10.21 Ishtar Terra
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Unformatted text preview: Red=high Blue = low Fig. 10.22 Radar Reflectivity Map of Venus Fig. 10.23 Network of fractures Fig. 10.24 Fig. 10.25 Fig. 10.26 Fig. 10.27 Venusian Volcano Maat Mons Fig. 10.28 Fig. 10.29 Pancake Domes (25 km in diameter 1-2 km high) Fig. 10.30 Arachnoids (from magma pushed the surface, fracturing it) Fig. 10.31 Fotla Corona (volcanic domes) Fig. 10.32 Intersecting Ridges and Troughs in Ishtar Terra Fig. 10.33 Fig. 10.34 Tab. 10.1 Tab. 10.2 Tab. 10.3...
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This note was uploaded on 10/11/2011 for the course AST 1002 taught by Professor Gerstein during the Spring '08 term at FSU.

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