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Hierarchy of Mimas (moon)  Mimas (moon)

Note: Mimas, one of the innermost moons of Saturn, was discovered by William Herschel in 1789. One of the craters, named Herschel, is surprisingly large in comparison to the size of the moon and contains a central mountain almost as high as Mount Everest on Earth.

Names:
Mimas (preferred,C,V,display)

Hierarchical Position:
Hierarchy of Extraterrestrial Places (facet)    Extraterrestrial Places (facet)
Hierarchy of Milky Way Galaxy (galaxy)  ....  Milky Way Galaxy (galaxy) (P)
Hierarchy of Solar System (planetary system)  ........  Solar System (planetary system) (P)
Hierarchy of Saturn (planet)  ............  Saturn (planet) (P)
Hierarchy of Mimas (moon)  ................  Mimas (moon) (P)

Place Types:
moon (preferred, C)

Sources and Contributors:
Mimas..........  [VP Preferred]
..............  NASA National Aeronautics and Space Administration [online] (2006-) "Saturn: Moons." accessed 29 November 2006
Subject: .....  [VP]
..................  NASA National Aeronautics and Space Administration [online] (2006-) "Saturn: Moons." accessed 29 November 2006
 
Note:
English .......... [VP]
..........  NASA National Aeronautics and Space Administration [online] (2006-) "Saturn: Moons." accessed 29 November 2006

 

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