Miranda is the innermost of the large Uranian satellites. Its surface is composed mostly of
rolling cratered plains that probably date back to the early evolution of the solar system
when impact rates were extremely high. Half of Miranda's surface is younger based on
the fewer number of craters; it consists of complex sets of parallel and intersecting scarps
and ridges. The bright V-shaped feature in the grooved area is Inverness Corona, and
has been nicknamed the "Chevron". The huge, jagged canyon on the right limb is in the
direction of Uranus itself.