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Cassini radar view of Guabonito
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Guabonito is a ring of bright features on Saturn's moon Titan. Guabonito was first seen in Cassini images taken in October 2004 and has been observed several times since. This ringed features, 90 kilometers across, is located in Titan's Shangri-La dark region, near the boundary with Xanadu, and is centered at . Currently, the feature is thought to be a partially buried impact crater, with the bright features representing the crater's rim.
- "Guabonito". Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature. USGS Astrogeology Research Program.
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