[FPSPACE] What Mars Maps Got Right (and Wrong) Through Time
NickWatkins at mykolab.com
Thu Oct 20 12:21:51 EDT 2016
A treasured childhood moment for me was to receive the Mariner 9 USGS map
when it came out, after a feature in a UK newspaper. I had to send a
postal order I think to buy it, probably first thing I ever bought from US.
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So many people get the Mars map story horribly wrong - but this is good.
(Full disclosure - I work for USGS Astrogeology in Flagstaff. Among my
duties is maintaining a collection of about 120,000 lunar and planetary
maps, most made by USGS on contract to NASA. Along with that we have
documents concerning map and mapping equipment development, drafts and
various production phase map copies, and a collection of vintage map-making
David S. F. Portree
dsfportree at hotmail.com <mailto:dsfportree at hotmail.com>
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>From the first map of Mars in 1831 to a new gravity map released in March,
cartography has shaped how we understand the red planet.
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