Venera 14 Lander images of the surface of Venus at 13° S, 310° E on 5 March 1982. The lander survived for 60 minutes. Both images show part of the lander at the bottom. This area is composed of flat basalt-like rocks, but little soil or fine-grained material as was seen at other Venera Lander sites. Near the center of the top image is a lens cover, and the bottom image shows a test arm.