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Viscoelastic relaxation of topographic highs on Venus to produce coronae
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Daniel M. Janes and Steven W. Squyres.|
|Series||[NASA contractor report] -- NASA CR-202614.|
|Contributions||Squyres, Steven W., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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Get this from a library. Viscoelastic relaxation of topographic highs on Venus to produce coronae. [Daniel M Janes; Steven W Squyres; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.].
The topographic midlands on Venus comprise about 80% of the surface and an understanding of their mode of formation is essential to unraveling the geologic and geodynamic history of the planet.
However, these studies have been limited to Type 2 (topographic) coronae (e.g. coronaes with coronae remain poorly. The viscoelastic earthquake cycle models have generally higher slip rates than the half-space model because most of the faults along the SAFS are late in the earthquake cycle, so today they are moving slower than the long-term cycle-averaged velocity as governed by the viscoelastic relaxation process.
interior properties, tides, gravity, and rotation studies of the terrestrial planets Mars, Venus, and Mercury (as well as of the icy moons of the solar system) have been the most suitable methods. These methods use spacecraft orbiting around the planet or landed on its Size: 3MB. Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo YayoiBunkyo-ku, Tokyo Japan Tel: + Fax: + Person in charge: Muneo Hori E-mail: [email protected] URL: STAND 28 Geographical Survey Institute 1-Kitasato, Tsukuba-shi, Ibaraki Japan Tel: + Fax: + Considering the similarities in composition and size between the Earth and Venus, the absence of plate tectonics on Venus is a surprise.
Introduction Plate tectonics is a model in which the outer shell of the Earth is divided into a number of thin, rigid plates that are in relative motion with respect to one another.5/5(5).
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Flexural models of trench/ outer rise topography of coronae on Venus with axisymmetric spherical shell elastic plates. NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Moore, W.; Schubert, Gerald; Sandwell, David T.
Magellan altimetry has revealed that many coronae on Venus have trenches or moats around their peripheries and rises outboard of. Volcano Instability on the Earth and Other Planets Geological Society Special Publications Series Editor A. FLEET G E O L O G I C A L S O C I E T Y S P E C I A L P U B L I C A T I O N NO.
It is a one-plate planet. There are signs, however, of rifting, rift valleys and plateaus. Very characteristic features of Venus are coronae.
These are quasi-circular topographic features with –2, km diameter. They consist of concentric ridges and interior plains, either topographic lows or highs. Coronae are often ﬂanked by troughs. Full text of "DTIC ADA Geophysics Including Meteorology, Ionospheric Physics, Space Physics, Geochemistry, Magnetism, Plate Tectonics.
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