This is a geometrically corrected image of the Venera 13 color panorama of Venus. The Venera 13 lander touched down on the Venusian surface on March 1, 1982 at 7.5° S, 303° E, east of Phoebe Regio. Venera 13 was the first mission to include a color TV camera. The lander survived on the surface for 2 hours, 7 minutes, long enough to obtain 14 images. The color panorama was produced using dark blue, green and red filters. The top image is as it actually appeared, the bottom is color corrected for how it would look if not for Venus's atmosphere causing the yellowish orange coloring.