A 225 km wide radar image showing the rugged mountainous terrain of Ovda Regio on Venus. This appears to be a region of complex deformation of the planetary crust. [Image: NASA-JPL Photojournal]
A 300 km wide radar image of part of Ovda Regio, which looks very similar to fold mountain belt on Earth. The radar-dark (smooth) areas have probably been flooded by lava after the mountain-forming deformation had ceased. [Image: NASA-JPL Photojournal]
A 300 km wide radar image of part of Akna Montes on Venus. [Image: NASA]
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