Map of the Moon (2000)

Source: B. A. Voroncov – Veljaminov: Astronomija. 11 Klass. Moscow, 2000. (Utsebnik / Textbook)

 

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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 (2008-11)

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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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

Topográf’s Map of the Moon (2005)

Reference: Nagy Világatlasz, Topográf Kiadó, 200x, First Edition; p.136
Author: Henrik Hargitai (editor)
Language of nomenclature: Hungarian and Latin
Language of explanations: Hungarian
Map type: Color Shaded Relief
Projection: Lambert Transversal Equivalent Azimuthal Projection
Scale: 1:25 000 000 (nearside) 1:62 000 000 (farside)
Publication Place: Budapest, Hungary
Made by: Eötvös Loránd University Cosmic Materials Space Research Group
Publisher: Topográf Publishing Co.
Shade relief base map: Cartographers: L. S. Oreshina, L. Yu. Baeva. Editors: B. V. Krasnopevtseva, K. B.
Shingareva, Moscow State University for Geodesy and Cartography (MIIGAiK).
Appeared in Topográf’s Nagy Világatlasz (World Atlas, Astronomy Section)

 

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Topográf’s Map of Mars (2005)

Reference: Nagy Világatlasz, Nyír-Karta Bt, Second Edition
Author: H. Hargitai (editor)
Language of nomenclature: Hungarian
Language of explanations: Hungarian
Map type: Color Shaded Relief
Projection: Equirectangular Projection
Source: MGS MOLA
Publication Date: 2005
Scale: 1:180 000 000
Publication Place: Budapest, Hungary
Made by: Eötvös Loránd University Cosmic Materials Space Research Group
Publisher: Topográf Publishing Co.
Appeared in Topográf’s Nagy Világatlasz (World Atlas, Astronomy Section) and at the Millenáris Park Exhibition in 2005

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Sternberg Institute’s Map of Mars (2004)

Globe edition

Title: Hypsometric map of Mars / Gipsometritseskaya Karta Marsa
Authors: Ilyukhin Yu.A., Rodionova J.F.
Reference (English): Creation of Mars hypsometric map on the data of a space vehicle ” Mars Global  SurveyerIlyukhin Yu.A.,Rodionova J.F.,Mickl G.G.., State Astronomical Institute by P.K. Sternberg at the Moscow State University by M.V.Lomonosov. Meeting of International Cartographic Association. Extraterrestrial Cartography
Language of nomenclature: Bilingual Russian-Latin (biscriptual)
Language of explanations: Russian
Publication Date: 2004

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