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Miranda Ariel Umbriel Titania Oberon


English: Montage of Uranus' five largest satellites. From left to right in order of increasing distance from Uranus are Miranda, Ariel, Umbriel, Titania and Oberon. Images are presented to show correct relative sizes and brightness. Coverage is incomplete for Miranda and Ariel; gray circles depict missing areas (original caption from NASA though revised as image has been rotated)
Deutsch: Eine Bildmontage der Photos von Voyager 2 der uranischen Mondfamilie. Die Bilder wurden in der Größe angepasst, um die Monde in ihren Größenverhältnissen zueinander zu zeigen.
Date 20 August 1999
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