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Canso (crater)

Canso is a Martian crater. It lies about 450 kilometres west of the Viking 1 lander, slightly northeast of Lunae Planum, and west of Chryse Planitia, in the Lunae Palus quadrangle. The crater is named after Canso, a fishing town in Nova Scotia. The name was officially adopted in 1988 by the International Astronomical Union's Working Group for Planetary System Nomenclature (IAU/WGPSN).

Impact craters generally have a rim with ejecta around them, in contrast volcanic craters usually do not have a rim or ejecta deposits. As craters get larger (greater than 10 km in diameter) they usually have a central peak. The peak is caused by a rebound of the crater floor following the impact.

Wikicanso.jpg|Canso Crater, as seen by CTX camera (on Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter). Image:Canso Crater.JPG| Canso Crater North Wall and Floor, as seen by HiRISE.

Canso

Canso may refer to:

  • Canso, Nova Scotia, a small fishing community in eastern Nova Scotia, Canada
  • Strait of Canso, between Cape Breton Island and mainland Nova Scotia, Canada
  • Canso Causeway, a rock-fill causeway connecting Cape Breton Island to mainland Nova Scotia, Canada
  • Canso crater is a crater on Mars, named after the Nova Scotian town
  • Canso (song), a troubadour form
  • PBY Canso, a World War II-era patrol bomber flying boat flown by the Royal Canadian Air Force
  • Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO)
Canso (song)

The canso or canson was a song style used by the troubadours; it was, by far, the most common genre used, especially by early troubadours; only in the second half of the 13th century would its dominance be challenged by a growing number of poets writing coblas esparsas.

The canso became, in Old French, the grand chant and, in Italian, the canzone.

Usage examples of "canso".

We step out and find a chilly morning, and the dark waters of the Gut of Canso flowing before us lighted here and there by a patch of white mist.

On this now decaying porch no doubt lovers sat in the moonlight, and vowed by the Gut of Canso to be fond of each other forever.

On the ferry in the middle of the Strait of Canso, Lily puts the diary down and looks behind her at Cape Breton because she will never see it again.

Truro, Nova Scotia, to Port Mulgrave, where he passed over the Strait of Canso to Cape Breton.

We were ordered to Quebec, sailed through the beautiful Gut of Canso, and up the spacious and majestic St Lawrence, passing in sight of the Island of Anticosta.

But you should come inside, Sam, so you canso you can meet some of rth,, She stared at her usually unflappable brother-in-law.

No me canso de repetir a Bonfanti que su juego de refranes y de arcaísmos resulta, decididamente, vieux jeu, fuera de ambiente.

As regards fishing rights, the United States appeared largely to have the advantage, for they had, by the treaty, access to excellent fishing grounds and passage through the Gut of Canso, while the provincial fishermen rarely troubled the coasts of Maine or Massachusetts--'bare pastures' for fish.

And if you use it, then anyone canso the use of black steel to confine powder went from rockets to cannon shells to rifles.

Attend, I pray you, to a canso of the great troubadour Pierol, who was so sad in love so long ago.