8A50.20 - Venus
The 16 inch globe us based on data from the Pioneer-Venus Orbiter Spacecraft and the Venera Spacecraft.
The 12 in globe is based on radar imaging data from the Magellan spacecraft mission and is topographical.
The orange-yellow globe is the new Astronomy magazine Venus globe and is comprised of Magellan Venus Radar Mapper spacecraft image data. It also shows 10 landing sites.
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