School: Traian Gymnasium
"Geologically complex surfaces were photographed. As a satellite of Uranus, it ranks among the most enigmatic celestial bodies in the Solar System. Kuiper discovered it in 1948. Miranda was the smallest satellite near Uranus. After a while, the Voyager 2 spacecraft and the Hubble Space Telescope contributed to the discovery of another 12 satellites, with Uranus reaching 27 months.
Miranda was broken by a meteorite, and the fragments were reunited by gravity, being insufficient heat to melt, it remained like a rough snow ball made of fragments.
Miranda is one of the few bodies in the Solar System that has a smaller equatorial circumference than the polar circumference. Its surface has an albedo almost as high as Ariel's.
Therefore, I chose this satellite because it is quite interesting and his appearance is very special."