Map of the Moon, Swiss World Atlas (2016)

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Topographic map of the Moon

Three languages in the three language variants of the Swiss World Atlas (German, French, Italian)

Projection: Lambert azimuthal equal-area projection

Scale: 1:34,117,800

Cartographer: Stephan Wondrak

Publisher: Institut für Kartografie und Geoinformation, ETH Zürich,

Atlas Editor: Lorenz Hurni

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Website: https://schweizerweltatlas.ch/listings/2121/

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Shogakukan’s Map of Venus (2005)

Title: STAR ATLAS 21
Authors: Hayashi K, Watanabe J, Ushiyama, T, Thukimoto K.
Language of nomenclature: Japanese
Language of explanations: Japanese
Map type: Color Shaded Relief
Projection: Azimuthal Equidistant Projection /  Equirectangular Projection (?)
Publication Date: 2005
Publication Place: Japan
Publisher: Shogakukan Inc
Note: This map of part of the Publisher’s Star Atlas
ISBN 4-09-526075-5

 

Shogakukan’s Map of Mars (2005)

Title: STAR ATLAS 21
Authors: Hayashi K, Watanabe J, Ushiyama, T, Thukimoto K.
Language of nomenclature: Japanese
Language of explanations: Japanese
Map type: Color Shaded Relief
Projection: Azimuthal Equidistant Projection /  Equirectangular Projection (?)
Publication Date: 2005
Publication Place: Japan
Publisher: Shogakukan Inc
Note: This map of part of the Publisher’s Star Atlas
ISBN 4-09-526075-5

 

Map of the Moon, Novi Sad (1978)

Reference: Földrajzi Atlasz,  Tartományi Tankönyvkiadó Intézet, Novi Sad – Cartographica, Budapest a school atlas made for Hungarian students in Vojvodina, Jugoslavia. Page: “A Naprenszer és a Csillagos égbolt”
Language of nomenclature: Hungarian
Language of explanations: Hungarian
Map type: Shaded Relief
Scale: 1:45  000 000
Publication Date: 1978
Publication Place: Novi Sad  Jugoslavia – Budapest, Hungary
Publisher: Tartományi Tankönyvkiadó Intézet – Cartographica

 

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