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23. Volcano of Intermediate Size
VOLCANOS
23. Volcano of Intermediate Size

While only a few dozen volcanos on Venus have flows covering an area more than 500 kilometers in diameter, there are hundreds of features whose flows cover an area from 20 to 500 kilometers and thousands of smaller volcanos. This volcano at 13.5°S, 315.5°E is one example of a wide variety of volcanic features in the intermediate range.

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