Victoria Land - Satellite Imagemap 250m Antarctica
Image ID : MOANT_002
Width3,500 pixels
Height3,000 pixels
300 dpi print width11.7 inches29.6 centimetres
300 dpi print height10.0 inches25.4 centimetres
This image, extracted from the 250m Satellite Imagemap of Antarctica, shows Victoria Land, dicovered by Captain James Clark Ross in 1841 and named after Queen Victoria.

Based on images from the MODIS instrument on NASA's Terra satellite, with a pixel size of 250 metres, the mosaic was jointly developed by Planetary Visions in the UK and the German Aerospace Centre (DLR).
Credit : Planetary Visions Limited.