Here There Be Robots: A New Map of the Planet Mars Print

Item #81326

A Victorian-style topographical map of Mars for the intrepid space explorer. Lovingly hand-drawn and detailed with the historical origin of names given to each crater. 
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Created by Eleanor Lutz, this map of Mars features a Victorian-style to explain the etymology of Martian crater names.  It includes a plethora of data from the U.S. Geological Survey and the Mars Orbiter Laser Altimeter, an instrument on NASA's Mars Global Surveyor spacecraft. 

Size: 23.4" x 31.2"

Ships rolled and tubed.


About the Artist:  Eleanor Lutz is a Biologist with a passion for turning public data sets into stunning infographics.  Her goal is to transform this publicly available data into graphics that are meaningful, digestible, and aesthetically appealing.  

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