• Creator
  • Zoller, William
  • Created Date
  • 1981
  • Description
  • Aerial view of some of the vents around the edge of the dome that we could sample easily. Showing again yellow materials that we would take to be sulfur, and indeed, in these later flights and later samplings, there were sulfur deposits that were formed. The other materials had apparently been washed away by rain and the sulfur was all that was remaining. The yellow material still shows gaseous emissions from cracks and fissures around the are... more
    Aerial view of some of the vents around the edge of the dome that we could sample easily. Showing again yellow materials that we would take to be sulfur, and indeed, in these later flights and later samplings, there were sulfur deposits that were formed. The other materials had apparently been washed away by rain and the sulfur was all that was remaining. The yellow material still shows gaseous emissions from cracks and fissures around the area of the crater. less
  • Format
  • image
    photograph
    Scanned from a 35mm color slide using a Nikon Super Cool Scan LS-2000 in JPEG format at compression rate 3 and resized to 800x745ppi
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