I found the picture with a small write up on a JPL site.
It's a picture of the Aine Corona with pancake domes.
This Magellan radar image shows a region approximately 300 kilometers (180 miles) across, centered on 59 degrees south latitude, 164 degrees east longitude and located in a vast plain to the south of Aphrodite ...
The two geological faults that may be responsible of large earthquake in proximity of the museum are:
Santa Monica fault (actually many branches, but they all go together as Santa Monica fault).
The museum seems to be enough far away from the fault trace (the surface expression of the fault itself), so it is unlikely that there will be a ...
It's hard to tell (don't you have other photos?), but it looks like magma lenses.
The area is known for the Hogenakkal Carbonatite Complex, where lenses of carbonatite (a carbonate-rich magma) are found in pyroxenite dykes. See for instance this paper:
The carbonatites form a series of discontinuous bodies within two nearly parallel NNE-SSW trending ...
In November 2008 neutrino tomography was used to measure Earth's mass. A paper was published in journal Nature. The data was captured by the South Pole’s IceCube Neutrino Observatory.
In November 2013 IceCube announced it had discovered 28 neutrinos that likely originated outside the Solar System.
The neutrinos that the IceCube detector had “caught” came ...