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01.06.2012 - Vesta’s partly shadowed northern regions


This Dawn Framing Camera (FC) image of Vesta shows a part of Vesta’s surface reasonably far north into the northern hemisphere. This image has a somewhat washed out appearance because it has been stre...
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Security


Since the end of the Cold War there has been a world-wide shift in the overall security situation. The consequences of globalisation, international terrorism, the demand for energy and raw materials, ...
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28.11.2011 - Topography and albedo image of hummocky-mantled terrain on Vesta


These Dawn FC (framing camera) images show part of the ejecta blanket from Vesta’s “Snowman” craters in the northern hemisphere. The ejecta blanket fills the whole image and is identified by its hummo...
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06.12.2011 - Topography and albedo image of Claudia crater


These Dawn FC (framing camera) images show Claudia crater (marked by an arrow) and its surroundings. Claudia crater is the crater which is used to define 0° longitude on Vesta. Claudia crater was chos...
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06.07.2012 - Apparent brightness and topography images of Urbinia and Sossia craters


The left-hand image is a Dawn FC (framing camera) image, which shows the apparent brightness of Vesta’s surface. The right-hand image is based on this apparent brightness image, which has had a color-...
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