Name details

Canopus Islands

Canopus Islands (The name as it would appear in a gazetteer)

Canopus Islands  (The name as it would appear on a map)

If this information is incorrect, please e-mail mapping@aad.gov.au

Australian Antarctic Gazetteer Id 839

Feature type: Island

Origin

This name originates from Australia. It is part of the Australian Antarctic Gazetteer and the SCAR Composite Gazetteer of Antarctica.

Names that other countries have for this feature:

Narrative

A group of small islands and rocks just north of the Klung Islands. Mapped and called Spjotxyholmane by Norwegian cartographers from aerial photographs taken by the Lars Christensen Expedition 1936-37.

Named For

Named after the Star Canopus.

Location

Latitude:
67° 31' 50.5" S
- 67.53069°
Unknown precision
Longitude:
62° 58' 57.4" E
62.98261°
Unknown precision
Altitude:
38 m
Unknown precision

Images

No images of this place could be found.

Map

Source

Location Method:
Unknown
Source Name:
Unknown
Source Identifier:
Source Scale:
Unknown
Source Institution:
Unknown
Source Person:
Unknown
Source Publisher:
Unknown
Remote sensing:
Not Applicable

Comments

None

Approval status

Status:
Unknown
Date approved:
18-Feb-1958

Display Scales

Note These display scales were chosen for use by Australia, with an emphasis on East Antarctica.
          For example, selecting 'Aus_display_scale_20M' would only return names that would appear on a 1:20 million scale map.

Aus_display_scale_20M: No      Aus_display_scale_10M: No     
Aus_display_scale_5M: No      Aus_display_scale_2M: No     
Aus_display_scale_1M: No      Aus_display_scale_500k: No     
Aus_display_scale_250k: No      Aus_display_scale_100k: No     
Aus_display_scale_50k: No      Aus_display_scale_25k: No     
Aus_display_scale_10k: No      Aus_display_scale_5k: No     
Aus_display_scale_1k: No     


Related information

Biodiversity
View fauna, flora or both within 1.0 degree of this location

Place names
View Australian or international place names within 1.0 degree of this location.