Marsilion and Bramimond

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Title

Marsilion and Bramimond

Description

The Marsilion (136 km diameter, 39.2 N, 176.1 W) and Bramimond (200 km diameter, 38 N, 178 W) craters, within Iapetus's Saragossa Terra.

Creator

Cassini Imaging Team

Source

https://planetarynames.wr.usgs.gov/images/iapetus_comp.pdf

See also: Th. Roatsch, M. Wählisch, A. Hoffmeister, E. Kersten, K.-D. Matz, F. Scholten, R. Wagner, T. Denk, G. Neukum, P. Helfenstein, and C. Porco. 'High-resolution Atlases of Mimas, Tethys, and Iapetus derived
from Cassini-ISS Images', Planetary and Space Science 57 (2009), 83-92.

Publisher

Cassini Imaging Team

Date

2009

Rights

NASA

Citation

Cassini Imaging Team, “Marsilion and Bramimond,” Reception and Reinvention: Old Norse in Time and Space, accessed November 28, 2022, https://oldnorsereception.omeka.net/items/show/63.

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