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Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature

Basic Info

Feature Name Egypt Mons
Clean Name Egypt Mons
Feature ID 1733
Target Io
Feature Type Mons, montes


Coordinate System Planetographic, +West, 0 - 360
Northmost Latitude -39.56 °
Southmost Latitude -44.17 °
Eastmost Longitude 253.97 °
Westmost Longitude 261.92 °
Diameter 193.66 km
Center Latitude -41.49 °
Center Longitude 257.60 °
Northmost Latitude -39.23 °
Southmost Latitude -44.20 °
Eastmost Longitude 252.68 °
Westmost Longitude 261.68 °
Diameter 218.54 km
Center Latitude -41.56 °
Center Longitude 256.97 °
Quad -

Status and Origin

Approval Status Adopted by IAU
Approval Date 1997
Continent Europe
Culture Greek
Origin Io ended her wanderings here.
Reference [27] - The Mythology of All Races (13 vols.), edited by John Arnott MacCulloch and George Foot Moore: Cooper Square Publishers, Inc., New York, 1964.
Updated Oct 01, 2006 3:30 PM

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