1Shevchenko V.V., 2Shingareva K.B., 1,2Lazarev E.N , 1Rodionova J.F.
1Sternberg State Astronomical Institute (MSU) 119899, 13, Universitetskiy prospect, Moscow, Russia,
2Moscow State University for Geodesy & Cartography (MIIGAiK), 105064, 4, Gorokhovskiy pereulok, Moscow, Russia, email@example.com.
Evgeniy Lazarev, Janna Rodionova
Evgeniy Lazarev; Moscow State University of Geodesy and Cartography (MIIGAiK);
121614, Osenniy bulvar, Moscow, Russia;
Dr. Janna Rodionova; Sternberg State Astronomical Institute;
119899, 13, Universitetskiy prospect, Moscow, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The new hypsometric maps of Venus and the Moon should improve and accelerate studying the surfaces of these planets and relief-forming processes. Additionally, these maps should be useful for students and scientists. The hypsometric map of Venus is produced in Lambert equal-area azimuth projection. Its height contours are obtained using the Magellan altitude data. To create Lunar Subpolar relief map the authors obtained heights from the A. Cook et.al. raster image of South Lunar Subpolar region (latitudes from -60° to -90°) being constructed in stereographic projection. [A.C. Cook, T.R. Watters, M.S. Robinson et.al. (2000) JGR, Vol.105, E5, 12023-12033]. Morphometric investigations of Venus and Lunar South Pole region surface have been fulfilled using our databases. The height profiles of some lunar craters being situated here and detailed profiles of the whole this area created by us describe the features of this region surface with the high resolution up to 100 meters.
Evgeniy Lazarev1,2, Zhanna Rodionova2
1Moscow State University of Geodesy and Cartography (MIIGAiK) 105064, Gorokhovskiy pereulok, 4, Moscow, Russia email@example.com
2Sternberg State Astronomical Institute 119991, Universitetskiy prospect, 13, Moscow, Russia firstname.lastname@example.orgю
E. N. Lazarev1, 2, J. F. Rodionova2.
1Moscow State University of Geodesy and Cartography, 4 Gorokhovskiy per., Moscow 105064, Russia, e-mail: email@example.com,
2Sternberg State Astronomical Institute, 13 Universitetskiy pr., Moscow 119892, Russia, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.