A variety of geologic landforms and features are observed within quadrangle Av-13 Tuccia in the southern hemisphere of Vesta. The quadrangle covers parts of the highland Vestalia Terra as well as the floors of the large Rheasilvia and Veneneia impact basins, which results in a substantial elevation difference of more than 40 km between the northern and the southern portions of the quadrangle.
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- Digital object identifier: 10.1016/j.icarus.2014.02.012
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Kneissl, T., Schmedemann, N., Reddy, V., Williams, D. A., Walter, S. H. G., Neesemann, A., Michael, G. G., Jaumann, R., Krohn, K., Preusker, F., Roatsch, T., Le Corre, L., Nathues, A., Hoffmann, M., Schaefer, M., Buczkowski, D., Garry, W. B., Yingst, R. A., Mest, S. C., Russell, C. T., & Raymond, C. A. (2014). Morphology and formation ages of mid-sized post-Rheasilvia craters - Geology of quadrangle Tuccia, Vesta. ICARUS, 244, 133-157. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.icarus.2014.02.012