Vesta: Hemisphere Views, 90E and 90W
Steven Dutch, Natural and Applied Sciences, University
of Wisconsin - Green Bay
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Scale: 1 pixel = 1100 meters. 30-degree grid;
Azimuthal Equal Area Projection, Center 00NS, 90E and 90W
Vesta Geology Index
Structual features are shown as follows:
- Scarps are dark green with hachures on the downdropped side.
- Dorsa (compressional ridges) are black lines with solid black
- Fossae and grabens are black lines with X's.
- Named craters are plain circles.
Vesta is a triaxial ellipsoid with dimensions 572.6 × 557.2 (equatorial) × 446.4 km (polar).
Its mean radius is 525.4 km. In these maps it is projected onto a sphere.
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