ചൊവ്വയിലെ കനാലുകളുടെ പട്ടിക

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ഗിയോവന്നി സ്കിയാപരെല്ലി തുടങ്ങിയ നിരീക്ഷകർ ചൊവ്വയിലെ കനാലുകൾക്ക് ഐതീഹ്യപരമായതും അല്ലാത്തതുമായ പേരുകൾ നൽകിയിട്ടുണ്ട്. ഇവയുടെ പട്ടിക താഴെ കാണാം:

ഉള്ളടക്കം

A[തിരുത്തുക]

Name Pronunciation Location Source of name
Acalandrus ˌækəˈlændrəs From a stream in Lucania, Italy, now called Calandro
Acampsis əˈkæmpsɨs From a river in Pontus that flowed into the Black Sea, now called Çoruh/Chorokhi
Acesines æsɨˈsaɪniːz From a Sicilian river, now called Cantara; also the name of Chenab, one of the rivers of the Punjab
Achana ˈækənə From a river in northern Arabia
Achates əˈkeɪtiːz From a Sicilian river now called the Drillo, in which agates were found
Acheloüs ˌækɨˈloʊəs From Achelous, a river in western Greece
Acheron ˈækɪrɒn From Acheron, both a real river in Epirus and a mythical river of Hades
Acis ˈeɪsɨs From a Sicilian river now called Fiume di Iaci
Aeacus ˈiːəkəs N to S: runs through Cebrenia to the junction of Styx and Boreas canals
Aeolus ˈiːoʊləs From Aeolus, keeper of the winds in Greek mythology
Aesis ˈiːsɨs From an Italian river, now called Fiumesino
Aethiops ˈiːθiːɒps Means "the Ethiopian"
Agathodaemon ˌæɡəθoʊˈdiːmɒn N to S: connects Tithonius Lacus to Aonius Sinus, opposite Protei Regio; just W of Aurea Cherso Means "good spirit"
Alcyonius ˌælsiːˈoʊniəs
Alpheus ælˈfiːəs Runs NS through Hellas From the river Alpheios in the Peloponnesus of Greece
Ambrosia æmˈbroʊʒiə S to N: connects Solis Lacus with Bosphorus Gemmatus, running through Thaumasia From ambrosia, the legendary food of the gods
Amenthes əˈmɛnθiːz
Amphrysus æmˈfraɪsəs From a Thessalian river, now called Armiro
Amystis əˈmɪstɨs From a river of India
Anapus əˈneɪpəs From an Acarnanian or Sicilian river
Anian ˈeɪniːæn After the Strait of Anián, a mythical water passage in the American northwest
Antaeus ænˈtiːəs NW to SE: from the junction of Cerberus and Eunostos canals to the Atlantis region From Antaeus, son of Earth, a gigantic opponent of Heracles
Anubis əˈnjuːbɨs From the Egyptian god Anubis
Apis ˈeɪpɨs From the Egyptian god Apis
Araxes əˈræksiːz E to W: connects Phoenicis Lacus with the E end of Mare Sirenum From Araxes, a river in eastern Anatolia, northern Iran
Argaeus ɑrˈdʒiːəs Flows S from pole to junction of Pyramus and Pierius canals
Arges ˈɑrdʒiːz
Arnon ˈɑrnɒn N to S: connects Arethusa Lacus to Ismenius Lacus From the small river Arnon now in the Kingdom of Jordan
Aroeris NE to SW: from "Copais Palus" to Ismenius Lacus
Arosis ˈæroʊsɨs
Arsanias ɑrˈseɪniæs From an Armenian river
Artanes ˈɑrtəniːz
Ascanius æsˈkeɪniəs From the Trojan Ascanius, son of Aeneas
Asclepius æsˈkliːpiəs From the Greek deity of healing Asclepius
Asopus əˈsoʊpəs
Astaboras æsˈtæboʊræs E to W: connects Syrtis Major to Ismenius Lacus From a name for the Atbarah river, a branch of the upper Nile
Astapus ˈæstəpəs From a name for the Blue Nile river
Astusapes æsˈtjuːsəpiːz From a name for the White Nile river
Atax ˈeɪtæks
Athesis ˈæθɨsɨs From the river Adige in Venezia
Athyr ˈeɪθɪr From a form of the name of the Egyptian goddess Hathor
Avernus əˈvɛrnəs NE to SW: connects Ammonii Fons to the E end of Mare Cimmerium via Aquae Apollinaris From Avernus, a river of Hades
Avus ˈeɪvəs
Axius ˈæksiəs
Axon ˈæksɒn

B-D[തിരുത്തുക]

Bactrus ˈbæktrəs From a river of Bactria
Baetis ˈbiːtɨs From the classical name of the Guadalquivir river
Bathys ˈbeɪθɨs From
Bautis ˈbɔːtɨs
Belus ˈbiːləs
Boreas ˈboʊriæs E to W: connects Propontis to Anian canal From Boreas, the Greek name for the North Wind
Boreosyrtis ˌboʊriːoʊˈsɪrtɨs E to W in curve between Utopia and Dioscuria
Brontes ˈbrɒntiːz
Cadmus ˈkædməs From the Greek hero Cadmus
Caicus
Callirrhoë kæˈlɪroʊiː Means "flowing beautifully"
Cambyses
Cantabras
Carpis ˈkɑrpɨs
Casius ˈkeɪʒiəs NW to SE: connects Copaïs Palus to Nodus Alcyonius
Casuentus ˌkæʒuːˈeɪntəs
Catarrhactes ˌkætæˈræktiːz
Caÿster keɪˈɪstər
Cedron ˈsiːdrɒn NW to SE; connects the Jaxartes canal to Arethusa Lacus From the Brook of Cedron near Jerusalem
Centrites
Cephissus siːˈfɪsəs From any of several rivers in Greece called Cephissus
Ceraunius siːˈrɔːniəs A broad canal, or pair of canals, running NS from Tharsis down to between Tempe and Arcadia
Cerberus ˈsɛrbɪrəs NE to SW: connects Trivium Charontis to the W end of Mare Cimmerium From the name of the dog Cerberus that guards the gates of Hades
Cestrus ˈsɛstrəs
Chaboras
Chretes ˈkriːtiːz
Choaspes koʊˈæspiːz From Choaspes, a river of Susiana, Persia
Chrysas ˈkraɪsæs
Chrysorrhoas kraɪˈsɒroʊæs N to S: connects Lunae Lacus to Tithonius Lacus Means "flowing with gold"
Cinyphus
Clitumnus klaɪˈtʌmnəs
Clodianus ˌklɒdiːˈeɪnəs
Cocytus koʊˈsaɪtəs Named for Cocytus, a mythical river of Hades
Cophen ˈkoʊfɛn
Coprates
Corax ˈkoʊræks
Cyaneus saɪˈeɪniəs
Cyclops ˈsaɪklɒps Southern continuation of Galaxias canal, running from the junction of Cerberus and Eunostos to Mare Cimmerium Named for the oneeyed monster Cyclops of Greek myth
Cydnus ˈsɪdnəs
Cyrus ˈsaɪrəs
Daemon ˈdiːmɒn
Daix
Daradax
Dardanus ˈdɑrdənəs E to W: connects Niliacus Lacus to Ceraunius canal
Dargamenes
Deuteronilus ˌdjuːtɪroʊˈnaɪləs E to W: connects Ismenius Lacus to Niliacus Lacus via Dirce Fons Means 'Second Nile'
Digentia daɪˈdʒɛnʃiə
Dosaron
Drahonus

E-F[തിരുത്തുക]

Elison
Eosphoros iːˈɒsfoʊrɒs NW to SE: connects Phoenicis Lacus to Solis Lacus Means "bringer of dawn"
Erannoboas ˌɛræˈnɒboʊæs A river of India
Erebus ˈɛrɨbəs From Erebus, a name for the Underworld
Erigone iːˈrɪɡoʊniː
Erinaeus ˌɛrɨˈniːəs
Erinnys iːˈrɪnɨs E to W: connects the W end of Mare Sirenum to Titanum Sinus in Memnonia From the mythical Erinyes
Erymanthus ˌɛrɨˈmænθəs
Eulaeus juːˈliːəs
Eumenides juːˈmɛnɨdiːz NW to SE: the SE continuation of Orcus canal, from Nodus Gordii to Phoenicis Lacus From another name for the Erinyes
Eunostos juːˈnɒstɒs
Euphrates juːˈfreɪtiːz N to S: connects Sinus Sabaeus to Ismenius Lacus From the river Euphrates in Mesopotamia, one of the four rivers of the Garden of Eden
Euripus juːˈraɪpəs SE to NW, connects Mare Tyrrhenum and Mare Hadriaticum, running through Ausonia After the strait between Euboea and Boeotia
Eurotas juːˈroʊtæs After the river Eurotas in Greece
Eurymedon juːˈrɪmɨdɒn
Eurypus ˈjuːrɨpəs
Evenus iːˈviːnəs aka Euenus /jəˈwinəs/
Feuos ˈfjuːɒs aka Fevos [ ˈfivɒs ]
Fortunae fɒrˈtjuːniː Means "of Fortune"

G-H[തിരുത്തുക]

Gaesus ˈdʒiːsəs
Galaesus ɡəˈliːsəs
Galaxias ɡəˈlæksiæs N to S: from Anian to the junction of Cerberus and Eunostos S of Elysium
Ganges ˈɡændʒiːz N to S: connects Lunae Lacus to Aurorae Sinus From the Ganges, a river of India
Ganymede ˈɡænɨmiːd From Ganymede, the cupbearer of Zeus
Garrhuenus
Gehon ˈdʒiːɒn N to S: connects Mare Acidalium to the W end of Sinus Sabaeus From Gihon, one of the four rivers of Eden Also spelled Gihon [ ˈdʒajɒn ]
Gigas ˈdʒaɪɡæs NE to SW: connects Ascraeus Lacus to Titanum Sinus via Lucus Maricae From the mythical monsters called Gigantes
Glaucus ˈɡlɔːkəs
Gorgon ˈɡɒrɡɒn Connects Mare Sirenum and the Eumenides canal near Nodus Gordii From the mythical monster Gorgon
Gyes ˈdʒaɪiːz
Gyndes ˈdʒɪndiːz From a river flowing into the Tigris
Hades ˈheɪdiːz N to S: connects Trivium Charontis and Propontis From the Greek name for the Underworld and its ruling deity, Hades
Halys heɪlɨs
Harpasus
Hebe ˈhiːbiː
Hebrus ˈhiːbrəs
Heliconius ˌhɛlɨˈkoʊniəs E to W: connects Sithonius Lacus to Copaïs Palus
Helisson hiːˈlɪsɒn
Hephaestus hiːˈfɛstəs From the god Hephaestus
Heratemis
Hiddekel ˈhɪdɨkɛl NE to SW: connects Ismenius Lacus to Fastigium Aryn at the western end of Sinus Sabaeus From the Hebrew name for the Tigris, a river of Mesopotamia and one of the four rivers of Eden
Hipparis
Hippus ˈhɪpəs
Hyblaeus hɨˈbliːəs NE to SW: connects Anian canal to Hephaestus canal
Hyctanis
Hydaspes haɪˈdæspiːz From the Greek name for the Jhelum river of India
Hydraotes ˌhɪdreɪˈoʊtiːz SE to NW; connects Margaritifer Sinus to Lunae Lacus After the Greek name for the Ravi river of India
Hydriacus
Hylias
Hyllus ˈhɪləs
Hyphasis
Hypsas ˈhɪpsəs
Hyscus ˈhɪskəs

I-M[തിരുത്തുക]

Idalius aɪˈdeɪliəs
Ilissus aɪˈlɪsəs
Indus ˈɪndəs N to S: connects Niliacus Lacus to Margaritifer Sinus From the Indus, a river of India
Iris ˈaɪrɨs N to S: connects Phoenicis Lacus to Ceraunius canal Named for the goddess of the rainbow Iris
Isis ˈaɪsɨs From the Egyptian goddess Isis
Issedon ˈɪsɨdɒn
Jamuna ˈdʒæmjuːnə N to S; connects Niliacus Lacus to Aurorae Sinus From the Yamuna or Jumna, a river of India
Jaxartes dʒækˈsɑrtiːz From an old name for the Syr Darya, a river of Transoxiana
Jordanis dʒɒrˈdeɪnɨs From the river Jordan in the Holy Land
Kison ˈkaɪsɒn
Labotas
Laestrygon lɛsˈtraɪɡɒn N to S: connects Trivium Charontis to Mare Cimmerium
Leontes liːˈɒntiːz
Lethes ˈliːθiːz N to S: connects Hephaestus canal to Syrtis Minor From Lethe, a mythical river of Hades
Liris ˈlaɪrɨs
Maeander miːˈændər
Magon ˈmeɪɡɒn
Malva ˈmælvə
Margus ˈmɑrɡəs
Medus ˈmiːdəs
Medusa miːˈdjuːsə From the mythical monster Medusa
Mogrus ˈmoʊɡrəs

N-O[തിരുത്തുക]

Nectar ˈnɛktɑr Runs E from Solis Lacus to Nectaris Fons (near Protei Regio) From nectar, the legendary drink of the gods
Neda ˈniːdə A river of the Peloponnesus
Nepenthes niːˈpɛnθiːz NE to SW: from junction of Thoth and Triton canals to Syrtis Major via Lacus Moeris
Nereides niːˈriːədiːz From the nymphs called Nereids
Nestus ˈnɛstəs A river of Thrace
Neudrus ˈnjuːdrəs A river of India
Nilokeras naɪˈlɒkɨræs E to W: connects Niliacus Lacus with Lunae Lacus Means "horn of the Nile"
Nilosyrtis ˌnɪloʊˈsɪrtɨs A broad canallike feature, running N from the tip of Syrtis Major to Coloë Palus
Nilus ˈnaɪləs From the Nile, the river of Egypt
Nymphaeus nɪmˈfiːəs A river of Armenia
Oceanus oʊˈsiːənəs From Oceanus, a mythical river surrounding the world and the Titan who shared its name
Ochus ˈoʊkəs A river of Bactriana
Opharus ˈɒfərəs A river of Sarmatia
Orcus ˈɒrkəs NW to SE: connects Trivium Charontis to Nodus Gordii, where it turns into Eumenides canal From Orcus, a synonym of Hades
Orontes oʊˈrɒntiːz E to SW: connects Serbonis Palus to Sabaeus Sinus From the Orontes, a river of Syria
Orosines
Oxus ˈɒksəs NE to SW: connects the Deuteronilus and the Indus canals From an old name for the Amu Darya, a river of Central Asia

P-R[തിരുത്തുക]

Pactolus pækˈtoʊləs From the river Pactolus in Anatolia
Padargus pəˈdɑrɡəs
Palamnus pəˈlæmnəs
Parcae ˈpɑrsiː
Peneus piːˈniːəs Runs EW through Hellas From the Peneios river in the Peloponnesus of Greece
Permessus pɛrˈmɛsəs
Pierius paɪˈiːriəs E to W: connects Copaïs Palus and Arethusa Lacus
Phasis ˈfeɪsɨs N to S: connects Phoenicis Lacus and Aonius Sinus
Phison ˈfaɪsɒn N to S: connects Coloë Palus to Sinus Sabaeus From Pishon, one of the four rivers of Eden
Phlegethon ˈflɛdʒɨθɒn From the Phlegethon, a mythical river of Hades
Protonilus ˌprɒtoʊˈnaɪləs E to W: connects Coloë Palus and Ismenius Lacus Means "first Nile"
Psychrus ˈsaɪkrəs
Pyramus ˈpɪrəməs S from pole via Copaïs Palus to junction of Boreosyrtis and Cadmus canals
Pyriphlegethon ˌpɪrɨˈflɛdʒɨθɒn NW to SE: connecting Propontis and Lacus Phoenicis From Pyriphlegethon ("fiery Phlegethon") , a mythical river of Hades
Python ˈpaɪθɒn From the monster Python which Apollo killed
Rha ˈreɪ From a classical name for the river Volga
Rhyndacus ˈrɪndəkəs From the classical river Rhyndacus in Anatolia

S-X[തിരുത്തുക]

Scamander skəˈmændər S to N from Mare Chronium to Mare Cimmerium, between Electris and Eridania From the river Scamander in the Troad
Sesamus ˈsɛsəməs From a Paphlagonian river
Simoïs ˈsɪmoʊɨs S to N from Mare Chronium to Mare Cimmerium between Phaëthontis and Electris From the river Simoïs in the Troad
Sirenius saɪˈriːniəs N to S: connects the Tanais canal near Nerigos with the E end of Mare Sirenum Means "of the Sirens
Siris ˈsaɪrɨs From an Italian river in Lucania
Sitacus ˈsɪtəkəs NE to SW: connects Coloë Palus to Fastigium Aryn From the name of a river in Persis
Steropes ˈstɛroʊpiːz From the name of a Cyclops
Styx ˈstɪks From the mythical river Styx in Hades
Surius ˈsjuːriəs From a river of Colchis
Tanaïs ˈtæneɪɨs From Tanais, an old name for the river Don in Sarmatia
Tantalus ˈtæntələs From Tantalus, a mythical king imprisoned in Hades
Tartarus ˈtɑrtərəs N to S: connects Trivium Charontis to Titanum Sinus From Tartarus, a name for the Underworld
Tedanius tiːˈdeɪniəs From an Illyrian river
Thermodon θɛrˈmoʊdɒn
Thoth ˈθɒθ From the name of the Egyptian god Thoth
Thyanis ˈθaɪənɨs Possibly an error for Thyamus, the name of a river of Epirus
Titan ˈtaɪtən From the Titans, the relatives and opponents of the gods
Tithonius taɪˈθoʊniəs
Triton ˈtraɪtɒn NW to SE: connects Nepenthes canal to the W end of Mare Cimmerium From the seadeity Triton
Tyndis ˈtɪndɨs
Typhon ˈtaɪfɒn E to W: connects Deltoton Sinus to Sirbonis Palus
Typhonius taɪˈfoʊniəs
Ulysses juːˈlɪsiːz From Ulysses, the Roman name for Odysseus
Uranius juːˈreɪniəs E to W: connects Lunae Lacus to Ascraeus Lacus
Xanthus ˈzænθəs N to S: connects Mare Tyrrhenum to Promethei Sinus, between Eridania and Ausonia Means "yellow"
Xenius ˈziːniəs NE to SW: connects Arethusa Lacus to Dirce Fons