This computer-assembled mosaic of Miranda includes many of the high-resolution frames obtained by Voyager 2 during its close flyby of the Uranian moon. Miranda, roughly 5OO kilometers (3OO miles) in diameter, exhibits varied geologic provinces, seen in this mosaic of clear-filter, narrow-angle images from Jan. 24, 1986. The images were obtained from distances of 3O,16O to 4O,31O kilometers (18,73O to 25,O3O miles); resolution ranges from 56O to 74O meters (1,84O to 2,43O feet). These are among the highest- resolution pictures that Voyager has obtained of any of the new 'worlds' it has encountered during its mission. On Miranda, ridges and valleys of one province are cut off against the boundary of the next province. Probable compressional (pushed- together) folded ridges are seen in curvilinear patterns, as are many extensional (pulled-apart) faults. Some of these show very large scarps, or cliffs, ranging from O.5 to 5 km (O.3 to 3 mi) in height -- that is, higher that the walls of the Grand Canyon on Earth.