List of geological features on Rhea
|Koykamou Catena||Koykamou, a mountain in Nganasan mythology|
|Mouru Catena||Merv, holy land in Persian mythology|
|Onokoro Catenae||Onokoro, mythical island in Japanese mythology|
|Puchou Catenae||Pu Chou Mountain in Chinese mythology||Formerly classified as a chasma|
|Thebeksan Catena||Thebeksan, holy mountain in Korean mythology|
|Wungaran Catenae||Wungaran, sacred place in Kakadu, Australia|
Rhean chasms are called chasmata. They are named after sacred places in world mythologies.
|Avaiki Chasmata||Avaiki, the underworld in Cook Islands mythology|
|Galunlati Chasmata||Gälûñ'lätï, the land above the sky in Cherokee mythology|
|Kun Lun Chasma was reclassified as a linea in 2010 (see below)|
|Pu Chou Chasma was reclassified as a catena in 2010 (see above)|
|Pulag Chasma||Pulag, sacred mountain in Igorot mythology|
|Vaupas Chasma||Vaupas, a river in the mythology of the Cuebo of Colombia|
|Yamsi Chasmata||Yamsi, lodge of the North Wind in Klamath mythology|
Rhean craters are named after figures from the mythologies of mostly non-European cultures.
A fossa is a long, narrow depression.
|Harahvaiti Fossa||Beautiful land created by Persian god Ahura Mazda; modern Kandahar, Afghanistan|
|Parun Fossa||Parun River, Nuristan (NE Afghanistan), in which the mother goddess Disani gave birth to Bagisht, the creator of people|
A linea is a long marking on a planet or moon's surface.
|Kirinyaga Linea||Mount Kenya (Kirinyaga), a holy mountain in Kikuyu mythology.|
|Kunlun Linea||Kunlun Mountains, home of the gods in Chinese mythology||Formerly classified as a chasma|
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