This dark and lovely image would look at home either in Rod Sterling's ghoulish "Night Gallery" as in a NASA gallery. And indeed, despite its abstract qualities and seeming vista of a Lovecraftian cosmos, it's actually a 1991 radar image of Aine Corona and other volcanic features on the planet Venus.
But let's imagine Sterling relating the following to us: "What we're looking at here (the large circular structure) is roughly 125 miles or 200 km across. Scientists believe Aine Corona formed due to the rising movement of molten lava towards the planet's surface, which then cooled and formed this concentric circular effect. Ladies and gentlemen, this is the Night Gallery..."