There are far too many planetary maps to even begin to list them here. The following resources can help identify useful maps and provide ordering information. Help identifying maps can also be obtained from Regional Planetary Image Facilities (RPIFs).

Lunar Geologic Maps and Planetary Maps
      U.S. Geological Survey
      Map Distribution Center
      Box 25286 Federal Center
      Denver CO 80225
      Phone:  303-236-7477

Lunar Orthophoto and Topophoto Maps
      National Space Science Data Center
      Code 633
      Goddard Space Flight Center
      Greenbelt MD 20771
      Phone:  301-286-6695

Or call 1-800-USA-MAPS for a catalog. Phone orders are not taken, but fax orders with PO numbers are possible. Fax number 303-236-7477.


NASA Moon Globe
A 12-inch globe of the Moon showing many geologic features. Comes with a base and information booklet. Additional Information ($49.95) Source = SKY.

Mars Globe
A 12-inch globe of Mars identifying more than 100 features. Produced in cooperation with NASA and the U.S. Geological Survey. Includes a base and an information booklet. Additional Information. ($99.95.) Source = SKY.

Venus Globe
A 12-inch globe with topographic features labeled and color coding to represent elevation. Comes with a base and a booklet with 3-D images and glasses for viewing them. Additional Information. ($99.95) Source = SKY.

Models and Kits

NASA Spacecraft Models from NASA
Various NASA websites offer a variety of spacecraft paper model kits as classroom activities including the Apollo Lunar Lander, Galileo, Mars Pathfinder, and NEAR, among others. A list of these models with links to the websites is available. Source = SpaceLink.

Commercial Company Spacecraft Models
Spacecraft models are also available for a number of companies such as The Planetary Society, RealSpace Models, or any on this NASA listing.

Updated - 4/24/02

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