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Geologic Map of the Montes Apenninus Region of the Moon.
United States Geological Survey
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EUSGS science for a changing world Geologic Map of the Near Side of the Moon By Don E. Wilhelms and John F. McCauley Prepared on behalf of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and in cooperation with the USAF Aeronautical Chart and Information Center Geologic Investigations Series Map (Reprinted )Cited by: φωτογραφικό υλικό για τη Σελήνη.
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Publisher USGS Astrogeology Science Center Publication Date 4 September Originator Group Added to Astropedia 2 May Modified 7 November General Geospatial Data Presentation Form Geologic Map, Raster Data, Vector Data Series Id Keywords Target Moon Theme.
Montes Apenninus are a rugged mountain range on the northern part of the Moon's near side. They are named after the Apennine Mountains in their formation dating back about billion years, Montes Apenninus are still relatively nates: 18°54′N 3°42′W / °N °W .
Geologic Map of Part of the Fra Mauro Region of the Moon Scale:I Geologic Map of the Alphonsus GA Geologic Map of the Sabine D Region of the Moon I Geologic Map of the Maestlin G Region of the Moon Montes Apenninus I Aristarchus I Pitatus I GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE MONTES APENNINUS REGION OF THE MOON; GEOLOGY OF THE MOON.
Dealer. New York, NY, US. Price. USD. Buy now. About the item. Large folded color coded map sheet showing craters, mountains, elavations and contours with descriptions. h x w inches. Fine as new sheet in near fine paper sleeve.
Howard Eskildsen Montes Caucasus extends diagonally across the middle of this photo. The large craters on the left are Aristillus and crater in the upper right is the top is the much shallower ring of Cassini with two prominent smaller craters on its floor.
The feature in the extreme lower left corner is the Promontorium Fresnel region at the northern extremity of. Hackman, R. Geologic Map of the Montes Apenninus Region of the Moon. U.S. Geological Survey Miscellaneous Geologic Investigations Map I (LAC).
Howard, K. "Ejecta Blankets of Large Craters Exemplified by King Crater.". The Caloris group is a set of geologic units on ey and others have proposed the name “Caloris Group” to include the mappable units created by the impact that formed the Caloris Basin and have formally named four formations within the group, which were first recognized and named informally by Trask and Guest.
Like the Imbrium and Orientale Basins on the Moon, Caloris Basin is. USGS Geologic Map of the Apennine-Hadley Region (I 1) USGS Geologic Map of Part of the Apennine-Hadley Region (I 2) (the landing site of Apollo 15). Description Apollo 15 landed in Palus Putredinis, just to the east of Hadley Rille and just north of Mons Hadley Delta.
It was the first lunar landing in which the astronauts were equipped. usgs i geologic map of the montes apenninus of the moon 24 0 lac 41 usgs i geologic map of the petavius of the moon 60e lac 98 usgs i geologic map of the pitatus of the moon 20w lac 94 usgs i geologic map of the plato of the moon 54 5w lac The long, graceful arc of the lunar Montes Apenninus (Apennine Mountains) in the lower portion of the image sweeps southward along the boundary of the mare toward the left and ends near the bright ray crater Copernicus at the picture's edge.
InApollo 15 landed near the gap beyond the opposite (northern) end of the Montes Apenninus arc. The Geologic History of the Moon Paperback – Febru by U.S. Department of the Interior (Author), Don E.
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Price New from Cited by: More Surface geometrical shapes and NASA just declared finding 7 EXOPLANETS just like Earth. LOLLLL. Figure 1. Preliminary geologic map of the Aristarchus plateau region superimposed on a Mercator projection of the Lu-nar Orbiter mosaicked basemap.
Mare units are in shades of blue, plateau units are in shades of pink, and ejecta units are in shades of brown. Upper left is. The Apennine Mountain Range: The Most Spectacular Feature on the Moon. Montes Apenninus: [NW/H9-G10] The Apennine Mountain Range was formed when the Imbrium basin was blasted out nearly four billion years ago.
Mountain ranges on the Earth take millions of years to form. Geologic maps of the Descartes region of the Moon Apollo 16 pre-mission maps: Series title: IMAP: Series number: Subseries: MOON: DOI: /i Edition-Year Published: Language: ENGLISH: Description: 2 maps:col.
;27 x 51 cm. and 50 x 64 cm. on 2 sheets 54 x 96 cm. and 77 x cm. fold. in envelope 30 x 24 cm. Scale: Topanga formation of Santa Monica Mountains is recognized in San Gabriel basin on basis of faunal and lithologic similarities.
Best exposed in South Hills where unit is about ft thick and in vicinity of Azusa Rainbow Club where unit is about ft thick. Montes Caucasus is a rugged range of mountains in the northeastern part of the Moon. It begins at a gap of level surface that joins the Mare Imbrium to the west with the Mare Serenitatis to the east, and extends in an irregular band to the north-northeast to the western side of the prominent crater range forms the northwestern boundary of the Mare nates: 38°24′N 10°00′E / °N °E .
Volcanism on the Moon differs in several ways from volcanism on the Earth. First, there is the matter of age. Volcanism on the Earth is an ongoing process. Many of Earth's volcanoes are quite young in geologic terms, often less than a fewyears old.
A mountain range or hill range is a series of mountains or hills ranged in a line and connected by high ground. A mountain system or mountain belt is a group of mountain ranges with similarity in form, structure, and alignment that have arisen from the same cause, usually an orogeny.
Mountain ranges are formed by a variety of geological processes, but most of the significant ones on Earth are.
Surficial geologic map of a portion of Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument including the Valley of the Ajo and the western flank of the Ajo Mountains.
One map sheet atmap scale. Geologic Map of the Tillotson Peak 7 1/2' Quadrangle and part of the Mount Ajo 7. This explains why there are more maria on the near side of the moon compared to the far side.) Once the volcanic period ended, most of the moon's internal heat was gone, so there was no major geologic activity -- meteor impacts have been the only major geologic factor at work on the moon.Part or all of this report is presented in Portable Document Format (PDF).
For best results viewing and printing PDF documents, it is recommended that you download the documents to your computer and open them with Adobe Reader.The White Mountains and Springerville Volcanic Field of eastcentral Arizona contain a variety of spectacular geologic features (Figure A).
Because of the relatively sparse vegetation over much of this area, most of these features are easy to recognize and photograph.