Leto Regio

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Coordinates: 60°00′N 20°00′W / 60°N 20.0°W / 60; -20.0[1]

Leto Regio
Physical Features
Latitude 60.0N
Longitude 20.0W
Diameter 95.0 km
Name
Origin Daughter of Phoebe in Greek mythology.
IAU level of approval Adopted by IAU General Assembly
Year adopted 2000

Leto Regio is a geological feature on Phoebe, a small outer moon of Saturn. It is classified as a Regio, a large area marked by reflectivity or color distinctions from adjacent areas, or a broad geographic region.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Leto Regio". Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature. USGS Astrogeology Research Program.