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one of the titans, menoetius, heaven and earth, epimetheus


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One of the Titans, son of Uranus and Gaea (Heaven and Earth), and father of Atlas, Prometheus, Epimetheus, and Menoetius.

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Ordovician paleogeography and the evolution of the Iapetus ocean
The Dark Side of Iapetus: Additional Evidence for an Exogenous
Geologic History
ago, the Iapetus Ocean began to close as the continental plates came together again.
Ridge Formation and Despinning of Iapetus via an Impact
ridge and despins Iapetus through an impact-generated to the surface of Iapetus, and then itself tidally evolves can expedite the de-spinning of Iapetus.
Impact basin relaxation at Iapetus

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Chris Marks of Iapetus Gallery said: "It's bringing a piece of dead land back into use, which can only be good, and the hotel will bring people into the town centre, which can only be good, but traffic and parking are among the problems.
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In Greek mythology, Prometheus is a Titan, the son of Iapetus and Themis, and brother to Atlas, Epimetheus and Menoetius. He was a champion of mankind, known for his wily intelligence, who stole fire from Zeus and gave it to mortals.
A Close Look at Saturn's Sponge Moon
“Hyperion is a small moon … just 168 miles across (270 kilometers)… orbiting between Titan and Iapetus,” said Carolyn Porco in an email. Porco is the Cassini imaging team lead.

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Iapetus (moon) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Iapetus occasionally Japetus 8] is the third-largest moon of Saturn, and eleventh in the solar system. It was discovered by Giovanni Domenico Cassini in 1671.
Iapetus (mythology) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
IAPETUS : Greek Titan god of mortality ; mythology : IAPETOS
IAPETOS (or Iapetus) was one of the Titan gods, sons of Ouranos (Heaven) and Gaia (Earth).
Solar System Exploration: Planets: Saturn: Moons: Iapetus
A Moon with a View - Part One
Dec 31, 2004 Iapetus [eye-AP-i-tus] is the seventeenth of Saturn's thirty three currently known moons, and the third largest.