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A new view of Pandora

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla

07-09-2005 24:54 CDT

Topics: Cassini, pretty pictures, Saturn's small moons, Saturn's moons

On its way into the T7 encounter with Titan, Cassini got the closest ever view of Pandora. This just showed up on the raw images website:

Pandora on September 5, 2005
Pandora on September 5, 2005

Also, Jason Perry emailed me to let me know that he'd written up a preview of the T7 encounter. Since I couldn't get one posted this time, I'll send you off to his!

 
See other posts from September 2005

 

Or read more blog entries about: Cassini, pretty pictures, Saturn's small moons, Saturn's moons

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