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Oppia Quadrangle Av-10 (288–360°E, ±22°) is a junction of key geologic features that preserve a rough history of Asteroid (4) Vesta and serves as a case study of using geologic

Oppia Quadrangle Av-10 (288–360°E, ±22°) is a junction of key geologic features that preserve a rough history of Asteroid (4) Vesta and serves as a case study of using geologic mapping to define a relative geologic timescale. Clear filter images, stereo-derived topography, slope maps, and multispectral color-ratio images from the Framing Camera on NASA’s Dawn spacecraft served as basemaps to create a geologic map and investigate the spatial and temporal relationships of the local stratigraphy.

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    Garry, W. Brent, Williams, David A., Yingst, R. Aileen, Mest, Scott C., Buczkowski, Debra L., Tosi, Federico, Schaefer, Michael, Le Corre, Lucille, Reddy, Vishnu, Jaumann, Ralf, Pieters, Carle M., Russell, Christopher T., & Raymond, Carol A. (2014). Geologic mapping of ejecta deposits in Oppia Quadrangle, Asteroid (4) Vesta. ICARUS, 244, 104-119. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.icarus.2014.08.046

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