New Radar Image of Venus

@article{Campbell1976NewRI,
  title={New Radar Image of Venus},
  author={Donald B. Campbell and Rolf B. Dyce and Gordon H. Pettengill},
  journal={Science},
  year={1976},
  volume={193},
  pages={1123 - 1124}
}
A new radar image of Venus covering the latitude range 46� to 75� and the approximate longitude range 290� to 10� is shown. The resolution is approximately 20 kilometers. 

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