Zhanna F. Rodionova

Russian

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MORPHOLOGICAL CATALOGUE OF THE CRATERS OF THE MOON

J.F. Rodionova, A.A. Karlov, T.P.Skobeleva, E.V. Konotopskaya, V.V. Shevchenko, K.E. Kozubskiy, K.I.Dekhtyareva, T.F. Smolyakova, L.I. Tishik, E.A. Fedorova

Coordinates, diameters and morphological features of 14 923 craters of the Moon in diameters 10 km and more are available in the catalogue.


Morphological Analysis of the Cratering of the South Pole–Aitken Basin on the Moon

Zh. F. Rodionova and E. A. Kozlova


Morphological Catalogue Of The Craters Of Mars.

J. F. Rodionova, K. I. Dekchtyareva, A. A. Khramchikhin, G. G. Michael, S. V. Ajukov, S. G. Pugacheva, V. V. Shevchenko.
Editors: V.V. Shevchenko, A.F. Chicarro. 2000.


A HIPSOMETRICAL FEATURES OF THE LUNAR SURFACE FROM THE CLEMENTINE MISSION.

J. F. Rodionova1, O. V. Elkina2, E. A. Kozlova1, V. V.Shevchenko1, P.V. Litvin2.
1. Sternberg State Astronomical Institute, 119899, Moscow, Russia; jeanna@sai.msu ru.
2. Moscow State University, Vorobjovy Gory, 119899, Moscow, Russia.
Brown University - Vernadsky Institute Microsymposium 34, October 8-9, 2001, Moscow, Russia

MS059.pdf - 575KB


AN ANALYSIS OF THE DATA OF MARS ORBITER LASER ALTIMETER.

Rodionova J1., Iluhina J2., Michael G1,
1Sternberg State Astronomical Institute, jeanna@sai.msu.ru,
2Moscow University
Brown University - Vernadsky Institute Microsymposium 34, October 8-9, 2001, Moscow, Russia

MS060.pdf - 166KB


MARS: MOVEMENT OF GEOGRAPHICAL POLES AND DEFORMATION OF ITS SURFACE.

A.V. Dolitsky 1, J. F. Rodionova 2, R M. Kochetkov 3, A. F. Ainetdinova 2
1 - United Institute of Physics of the Earth of Russian Academy of Sciences .Moscow. ab4870@mail.sitek.ru
2 – Sternberg State Astronomical Institute, Moscow. jeanna@sai.msu.ru.
3 - Moscow Technical University of communication and information, krmkrm@rol.ru
Brown University - Vernadsky Institute Microsymposium 38, October 27-29, 2003, Moscow, Russia

ms015.pdf - 202KB


SOME FEATURES OF THE CRATERING OF ISIDIS BASIN.

J.A.Iluhina, A.V.Lagutkina, J.F.Rodionova.
Sternberg State Astronomical Institute, Moscow University, jeanna@sai.msu.ru
Brown University - Vernadsky Institute Microsymposium 38, October 27-29, 2003, Moscow, Russia

ms035.pdf - 2609KB


THE NEW DATA ON THE EARLY STAGE OF DEVELOPMENT OF THE EARTH, MARS, THE MOON AND MERCURY.

A.V.Dolitsky1, R.M.Kochetkov2, E.A. Kozlova3, J.F.Rodionova3,
1 - United Institute of Physics of the Earth RAS, Moscow, av13868@comtv.ru,
2 - Moscow Technical University of communication and information, Moscow, krmkrm@rol.ru.
3 – Sternberg State Astronomical Institute, Moscow, jeanna@sai.msu.ru
Brown University - Vernadsky Institute Microsymposium 40, 2004, Moscow, Russia

21_Dolitsky_etal.pdf - 683KB


AUTOMATIC COMPILING OF HYPSOMETRIC MAP OF A PART OF THE VENUSIAN SURFACE.

E.N. Lasarev 1, J. F. Rodionova 2,
1- Geographical faculty M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University,
2- Sternbrg Sate Astronomical Institute, Universitetskij prospect 13, Moscow 119992, jeanna@sai.msu.ru
Brown University - Vernadsky Institute Microsymposium 40, 2004, Moscow, Russia

56_Lasarev_Radionova.pdf - 230KB


A TREATMENT OF DATA BANK OF MORPHOLOGIC CATALOGUE OF MERCURIAN CRATERS.

B. D. Sitnikov., E.A. Kozlova, J.F. Rodionova.
Sternberg State Astronomical Institute, Moscow, jeanna@sai.msu.ru.
Brown University - Vernadsky Institute Microsymposium 40, 2004, Moscow, Russia

78_Sitnikov_etal.pdf - 852KB


Hypsometric Globe of Mars – 3D Model of the Planet

Zh. F. Rodionova 1, J. A. Brekhovskikh2
1 Sternberg State Astronomical Institute Lomonosov Moscow University, Russia; marss8@mail.ru
2 Space Research Institute, Moscow, Russia; julia_br@iki.rssi.ru

Abstract. The new Hypsometric Globe of Mars is based on laser altimeter data of Mars Global Surveyor spacecraft. The diameter of the globe is 21 cm. Coordinates and the heights of 64 800 points on the surface of Mars were used for creating a 3-D Model of the surface of Mars.. A digital model of the relief was constructed with ArcGIS software. Contour lines were added together with hill-shading on the globe. The names of the main features – lands, plateaus, mountains, lowlands – plains and also some large craters are labeled. The places of landing sites of the spacecrafts are shown.

Rodionova ICC2013.pdf - 234 KB


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