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Voyager 2 at Neptune: Imaging Science Results
Voyager 2 images of Neptune reveal a windy planet characterized by bright clouds of methane ice suspended in an exceptionally clear atmosphere above a lower deck of hydrogen sulfide or ammonia ices.Expand
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Statistical Factor Analysis and Related Methods
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The surface of Venus
Venus is a planet that is similar to Earth in terms of some important planetary parameters (size, mass, position in the solar system, presence of atmosphere) and different in terms of other, equallyExpand
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The Resurfacing History of Venus
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Styles of tectonic deformations on Venus: Analysis of Venera 15 and 16 data
Analysis of the radar images obtained by Veneras 15 and 16 leads to the conclusion that the ridge-and-groove structures on the surface of Venus are the result of tectonic deformation. Although theExpand
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The geologic history of Venus: A stratigraphic view
On the basis of regional and global stratigraphic analyses, we outline the major events in the geologic history of Venus determined by photogeological study of surface features. Because theExpand
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Density and morphology of impact craters on Tessera Terrain, Venus
Densities of impact craters on tessera, which is complex ridged terrain of tectonic origin, and on the remainder of the planet, which is mostly volcanic plains, were studied using Magellan images forExpand
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Rifts and large volcanoes on Venus : Global assessment of their age relations with regional plains
We report on the results of synoptic global mapping of rifts and large volcanoes on Venus and detailed mapping in six areas illustrating the relationships among these features. Rifts and largeExpand
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Venus: Timing and rates of geologic activity
We employ the accumulation of the impact-crater population as a geochronometer to examine the observable record of the history of Venus (<1 b.y), analyzing age relationships between craters and theExpand
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