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Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature

Moray Sinus

Basic Info

Feature Name Moray Sinus
Clean Name Moray Sinus
Feature ID 15289
Target Titan
Feature Type Sinus, sinūs

Location


UNKNOWN
Coordinate System Planetographic, +West, 0 - 360
Northmost Latitude 79.70 °
Southmost Latitude 75.10 °
Eastmost Longitude 274.80 °
Westmost Longitude 289.20 °
Diameter 204.00 km
Center Latitude 76.60 °
Center Longitude 281.40 °
Quad -

Status and Origin

Approval Status Adopted by IAU
Approval Date Jan 19, 2015
Continent Europe
Culture Scotland
Origin Firth in Scotland.
Reference [349] - National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency GEOnet Names Server (GNS). https://geonames.nga.mil/gns/html/index.html
Updated Jan 21, 2015 11:29 AM

PDF Maps of Titan

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  • Titan with VIMS background and RADAR strips All named features between 50°N and 90°S are included. Map covers area between 90°N and 90°S.
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