Map of Mars

  



Very detailed Map of Mars


Developed by Pablo and his research team in July 2021. It has more detail, resolution and labeled objects than all previously developed cartographies of this amazing planet.


Geologic features including ≈250 craters and 16 human exploration mission landing sites (includng future misions) are annotated. Complementary infographics encircle the map including general physical characteristics compared to Earth, martian moons details, elevation tinting scheme, internal structure, geologic terminology explanation, location in the Solar System, and size comparison with Earth and Moon.


In the coming years of the new space age, as we become a multiplanetary species, the "Red Pearl" will be more present than ever in our lives and we should become familiar with it. This detailed map of fine design at a study or at living room would make a good start!



















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Related Work: 
Hope Mars Mission Best Picture *2022*



Beautiful photo of the red planet processed from the data from the UAE's Hope Mars Mission. This version comes with a star background. Check transparent background here: High quality carefully processed by Pablo Carlos Budassi, in September 2022. 
Images and data used credit: CU/LASPEMM/EXIITF/KevinGill.





 Korolev crater.
 82-kilometre-across in the northern lowlands of the Red Planet, south of the large Olympia Undae dune field that partly surrounds Mars’ north polar cap, this well-preserved impact crater is filled with water ice all year round. The crater’s floor lies two kilometers below its rim, enclosing a 1.8 km thick domed deposit that represents a large reservoir of non-polar ice on Mars. 
Water ice is permanently stable within Korolev crater because the deepest part of this depression acts as a natural cold trap. The air above the ice cools and is thus heavier compared to the surrounding air: since air is a poor conductor of heat, the water ice mound is effectively shielded from heating and sublimation.
This oblique perspective view was generated using a digital terrain model and Mars Express data gathered in 2018. Colors and light curves were remastered by space artist Pablo Carlos Budassi. 
Images and data credit: ESA/DLR/FU Berlin, CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO
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Valles Marineris and Phobos Eclipse Aereal View
The 11km atmosphere limit is visible on the horizon. Artist conception with realistic style. August 2021.



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