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I know it's not strictly RV related but ESA have just released this image of a 376 mile panorama of Mons veneris the solar systems largest volcano we know about. Lots to see on this pic, despite the obvious entrances on the bottom and side of the 'so-called' volcano take a look in the actual crater for example and check out the surrounding areas. Bear in mind this is 16 miles high so the entrance is really, really big. http://www.esa.int/ESA_Multimedia/Images/2004/02/Olympus_Mons_complete_with_escarpment_and_aureole
I have given the pic a scrub in PS to bring out some hidden detail etc. Of course it would make a great target, however, I've posted this as part of a project with regard to confirmation of certain RV targets and my own theories regarding the off world presence in our solar system currently and in the past. https://www.facebook.com/photo?fbid=10159449416683035&set=a.10150525947813035
All the best Paul