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File:Vesta elevation map HST1996.jpg

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Topographic map of 4 Vesta showing elevation. Elevation data were compiled from Hubble Space Telescope images from a distance of 177 Gm, taken in May 1996 with a resolution of about 36 km per pixel.

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