The abundance of impact craters and prominent global tectonic features on Titania are
obvious in this image. The large fault valleys are some 1500 km (930 mi) long and 75 km
(47 mi) wide. Near the bottom of the image the valley Messina Chasmata cuts through
the impact crater Ursula (200 km or 124 mi in diameter). This high-resolution image was
taken at a distance of 369,000 km (229,000 mi). Note that Titania's south pole is
toward the left, since it rotates about Uranus' equator, approximately perpendicular to
the ecliptic plane.