The Lithosphere of Venus Has Been Broken and, in Places, Mobile. / Byrne, P. K.; Ghail, R. C.; Şengör, A. M. C.; Klimczak, C.; Hahn, R. M.; James, P. B.; Solomon, S. C.

In: 49th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 19-23 March, 2018, held at The Woodlands, Texas LPI Contribution No. 2083, Vol. 49, 01.03.2018, p. 1935.

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  • P. K. Byrne
  • R. C. Ghail
  • A. M. C. Şengör
  • C. Klimczak
  • R. M. Hahn
  • P. B. James
  • S. C. Solomon

Abstract

We all know a planet called Venus, whose surface we study with keenness. But its got crustal blocks, that shuffle and lock—perhaps a new plate tectonic genus?
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1935
Journal49th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 19-23 March, 2018, held at The Woodlands, Texas LPI Contribution No. 2083
Volume49
Publication statusPublished - 1 Mar 2018
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