Donald Grant’s plastic map of the Moon

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Das Weltall. Meyers Kinderbibliotek 1998 (German), Atlas of Space (First Discovery/Atlas) (English) / Atlas du ciel (French Edition) 1995

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Dresden map of the Moon

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Buchroithner M.F.(Dresden University of Technology), B. V. Krasnopevtseva, K. B. Shingareva, Moscow State University for Geodesy and Cartography (MIIGAiK). Cartographers: R. Franke, R. Pässler, M. Tusche, Ch. Walter

 

Republications:

Mackowiak, Bernhard, Astronomie. Naumann & Göbel; 1., Auflage edition

Geomorphologic Map Mars series (DLR/TU/FU Berlin)

1:300,000 Series

The High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC) of Mars Express and its

Editors: Albertz J, Jaumann R, Neukum G. TU Berlin, DLR, FU Berlin. 2006

Source: Gwinner et al. 2016

1:600,000 Series

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ID: M 600k 34.50S/323.75E OMKG

Source:  J.Albertz, S. Gehrke, H. Lehmann, M. Wählisch : FOUR YEARS OF PLANETARY CARTOGRAPHY WITH THE HRSC

Base: Mars Express HRSC

Publisher: TU Berlin

Only one known example of this series exists.

Viking Photomap of Mars (2008)

Title: Mars Photomap
Photomosaic base map: Viking Orbiter
Map editor: Henrik Hargitai
Language of nomenclature: In separate editions: Latin / Hungarian
Language of explanations: In separate editions: English / Hungarian
Map type: Photomap
Projection: Lambert Transversal Equivalent Azimuthal Projection
First Publication Date: 2008, only electronic edition
Scale: it appears as “1:320 000 000” ; but it is 32 000 000 in fact
Publication Place: Budapest
Publisher: Eötvös Loránd University Cosmic Materials Space Research Group
ISBN HU 978-963-463-969-5
With meteorological and other data/charts/graphs

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Bulgarian Edition

Hungarian Edition
English edition

 

Hypsometric Map of Venus (2007-11)

Author: Evgeniy Lazarev, Sternberg State Astronomical institute

For the Globe version see here:  Hypsometric Globe of Venus

Data Layers: DTM, hypsometric tints, contours, hillshade, names
Source data: Magellan radar data (SAR) 7,5×7,5 km
Software used: ArcGIS v9.2.
Reference: E Lazerev, J Rodionova:  Venus mapping at small scale: source data processing and cartographic interpretation (2011) ICC2011, Paris.
Further papers: http://selena.sai.msu.ru/Laz/Laz.htm

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2008 Edition:
Centered at 0 longitude
0 m level~ R 6051,0 km

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Cartographers: E. N. Lazarev, J. F. Rodionova
DTM Source: Magellan altimetry data
Publication date: 2007
Scale: 1:45 000 000
Reference: http://gis-lab.info/projects/venus.html

 

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2010 Edition:
Centered at 320 longitude, slplit to “far side” and “near side” according to the recommendations of G.A. Burba.
0 m level~ R 6051,8 kmLatin-only edition

Latin-only edition

 

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“Ginger” edition in Latin and Russian

 

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“Violet” edition in Latin and Russian