Collapsed Volcanic Crater

Collapsed Volcanic Crater
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Lighting conditions: Outdoor, Overcast, Afternoon

Map Format: Lat/Long Spherical, Horizontal Cross

Pixel size: 30 000 x  15 000 pixels, 30 000 x 22 500 (for Horizontal Cross)

File Formats: Radiance  format (*.hdr)

Dynamic Range: 31.26 EVs *

Backplate: 1  high resolution backplate 32-bit  HDR  &  8-bit middle exposure JPEG

 The dynamic range of the Environment Map in 'stops' ( EVs) is measured using PictureNaut.

Collapsed Volcanic Crater – what once was a lake of lava.

Even after 50 years, the surface is still warm to the touch. Rainwater seeps into the cracks and makes contact with the extremely hot rock below and steam is emitted from various surface cracks. The steam and some rocks are hot enough to cause serious burns.

What else do you need for a hostile alien planet?

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Collapsed Volcanic Crater – what once was a lake of lava.

Even after 50 years, the surface is still warm to the touch. Rainwater seeps into the cracks and makes contact with the extremely hot rock below and steam is emitted from various surface cracks. The steam and some rocks are hot enough to cause serious burns.

What else do you need for a hostile alien planet?

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