Shangri-La is the large, dark region at the centre of this image of Titan
|Feature type||Dark albedo feature|
Shangri-La is a large, dark region of Saturn's moon Titan at . It is named after Shangri-La, the mythical paradise in Tibet. It is thought to be an immense plain of dark material. It is thought that these regions of Titan were seas, but that they are now dry.
The Huygens probe landed on a westerly part of Shangri-La, close to the boundary with Adiri.
- "Shangri-La". Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature. USGS Astrogeology Research Program.
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