Magellan Anaglyph
Lot 172¤
MAGELLAN. Large anaglyph (stereoscopic) view of the northwestern flank of Maxwell Montes, September 15, 1990-September 13, 1992,
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MAGELLAN.
Large anaglyph (stereoscopic) view of the northwestern flank of Maxwell Montes, September 15, 1990-September 13, 1992, transparency on film, 47¾ x 47¾ inches (1215 x 1215 mm).

Maxwell Montes is roughly 12 km high and is the highest mountain range on Venus. The eastern flank of Maxwell Montes slopes gently, but the western flank, part of which is shown here, consists of a number of steep cliffs and dropoffs.
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