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Titania
Uranus: Moons: Titania

Titania [Ty-TAY-ne-ah] is the largest moon of Uranus. It is marked by a few large impact basins, but is generally covered with small craters and very rough rocks. The above image shows a 1,600 kilometer (1,000 mile) long trench. A large double walled crater can be seen towards the top of the image. There are many faults on Titania indicating there has been internal forces molding its surface.

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Distance from Uranus: 
436,298 km
Equatorial Radius: 
788.9 km
Mass: 
3,530,000,000,000,000,000,000 kg
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