Controlled Mosaic of Phobos
Editors: Oberst, J, DLR. Photogrammetry: Oberst J, Willner K., Cartography: Semm S, Wahlisch M
This map sheet is a supplement to the Phobos Atlas.
Publisher: MIIGAiK MExLAB
Cartographers: Kokhanov AA, Bulanstev OE.
Editors: Karachevsteva IP, Rodionova Zh. F
Coordinator: C. Runyon
Reference: C. Runyon, D Hurd, C Hall, M Williams, K Quinn, J Matelock: Visualizing space science: touching to see and understand.
NASA: Understanding small bodies in the Solar System
NASA: Touch the spectrum
NASA: Ocean worlds: the Lure of the Solar System
At LPSC 2016, from left to right: Dr. Joe Minafra, NASA Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Insitute (SSERVI) at NASA Ames; Dr. Cassandra Runyon – College of Charleston; Dr. Dan Britt – University of Central Florida / PI for the CLASS Team (Center for Lunar and Asteroid Surface Science)
Editor: V.P. Savinykh
Publisher: MIIGAiK, Moscow
Responsible editor: I.P. Karachevtseva
Science editor: A. A. Konopikhin
Cartographer: A. A. Kokhanov
Map editor: Zh. F. Rodionova
Technical editor: N. A. Kozlova
Sample pages from the Phobos Atlas
Title: Moons of Mars; A Mars holdjai
Map editor: Henrik Hargitai
Shade relief base map: Editors: B. V. Krasnopevtseva, K. B.Shingareva, Moscow State University for Geodesy and Cartography (MIIGAiK).
Language of nomenclature: Latin
Language of explanations: English and Hungarian
Map type: Shaded Relief
Projection: 3-axial ellipsoid
First Publication Date: 2006
Scale: 1:100 000
Size: 40×30 cm
Publication Place: Budapest-Moscow
Publisher: Eötvös Loránd University Cosmic Materials Space Research Group
ISBN 963463794 9 CM
These maps were part of the multilingual planetary maps series of the terrestrial planets and the moons supported by the International Cartographic Association (ICA)
Published by the ICA Commission on Planetary Cartography.
The Phobos map consists of one sheet, varies in scale between 1: 100,000 and 1: 300,000 and uses the modified Bugaevsky projection (Bugaevsky, 1999) as well as Morphographic projection (Stooke, 1998). These maps were part of the multilingual planetary maps series of the terrestrial planets and the moons supported by the International Cartographic Association (ICA)
Wählisch et al. (2013) Phobos and Deimos cartography. Planetary and Space Science 102 (2014) 60–73
No further information available. Photographed at MIIGAiK, Moscow, 2009.