Mercury: 40S 000EW Discovery (H-11) and Debussy (H-14) Quadrangles: Caloris Antipodal Terrain

Steven Dutch, Natural and Applied Sciences, University of Wisconsin - Green Bay
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Scale: 1 pixel = 5000 meters. 10-degree grid;             Lambert Conformal Conic Projection, Center 40S 000EW

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The topographic map is derived from a monochrome NASA Geotiff map.


The reagion between Petrarch and Dario, just left of and above center, is the center of the Caloris antipodal "weird" terrain, hummocky and faulted crust believed to be the result of shock from the Caloris impact.

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Created 27 January 2015, Last Update 09 June 2017
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