5 km high scarp on Miranda – Miranda may have split apart and reassembled
50 km wide “chevron” on Miranda indicates complex history
Ariel – 1,160 km in diameter; shows many tectonic features
Umbriel - 1,168 km in diameter Resolution of this Viking image is ~ 10 km. Umbriel is highly cratered, particularly on its southern hemisphere (right). It is the darkest moon of Uranus, with an albedo of ~ 16 %, like our moon. It also is the moon with lowest internally- generated geologic activity. The bright spot at the top of the image (near the equator) may be frost.
Titania – 1,580 in diameter; heavily cratered but also has long scarps
Oberon – 1,520 km in diameter; bright surface markings, many impact craters
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