Iapetus is the third-largest moon of Saturn, and orbits much further out than the planet's other large moons--and on a much more inclined orbit. It is also called "Saturn VIII"
Iapetus is a crazy-ass moon! It bulges at the equator, squishes at the poles, and has an ancient equatorial ridge running around the dark part, rising up to 20 km above the rest of the surface; the moon has been described as "walnut-shaped." As is not surprising around a planet with such a huge ring system, Iapetus' surface is very heavily impact-scarred.
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