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It's a Dry Heat: The Geology of Venus from Magellan

Suggested Reading

Popular Books

Cattermole P. (1994) Venus, the Geological Story. Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, 250 pp.

Cattermole P. and Moore P. (1997) Atlas of Venus. Cambridge Univ., 160 pp.

Cooper H. (1993) The Evening Star: Venus Observed. Farrar, Straus & Giroux, New York, 273 pp.

Grinspoon D. H. (1997) Venus Revealed: A New Look Below the Clouds of Our Mysterious Twin Planet. Addison-Wesley, 368 pp.

Other Scientific Publications

Bougher S. W., Hunten D. M., and Phillips R. J., eds. (1997) Venus II. Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, 1340 pp.

Ford J. P., Plaut J. J., Weitz C. M., Farr T. G., Senske D. A., Stofan E. R., Michaels G., and Parker T. J. (1993) Guide to Magellan Image Interpretation. JPL Publication No. 93–24, 148 pp.

Special Issues of Journals

Magellan at Venus (1991) Science, 252, 247–311.

Magellan at Venus (1992) Journal of Geophysical Research, 97(E8), 13063–13689.

Magellan at Venus, Part 2 (1992) Journal of Geophysical Research, 97(E10), 15921–16382.

Special Issue: Magellan, the Geophysics of Venus (1994) Icarus, 112(1), 1–295.

Special Section: Second International Colloquium on Venus (1996) Journal of Geophysical Research, 101(E2), 4523–4773.

Web Sites

All Web addresses given here are valid as of August 1997.

Magellan Mission to Venus,

Venus — Magellan Image Data,

The Magellan Image Browser,

NASA's Planetary Photojournal, Venus,

Welcome to the Planets, Venus,

Views of the Solar System, Venus,

The Nine Planets, Venus,

NSSDC Photo Gallery:Venus,

The Planet Venus,

Face of Venus,

Venus Crater Database,


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