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Linea // is Latin for 'line'. In planetary geology it is used to refer to any long markings, dark or bright, on a planet or moon's surface. The planet Venus and Jupiter's moon Europa have numerous lineae; Pluto and Saturn's moon Rhea has several.
- List of lineae on Europa
- List of geological features on Venus#Lineae
- List of geological features on Rhea#Lineae
- List of geological features on Pluto#Lineae and escarpments
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