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A new view of Callisto

Emily Lakdawalla • March 22, 2010

Here's a lovely amateur-produced color image of Jupiter's moon Callisto, or, as its artist Daniel Macháček calls it, "Titan without weather."

A trio of pretty Cassini pics

Emily Lakdawalla • March 19, 2010

It's been a little while since I posted any Cassini pictures just because they were pretty, so here's a few recent ones, produced by amateurs from the images available on the Cassini raw images website.

The far side of Phobos

Emily Lakdawalla • March 16, 2010

Now here is an unusual image of Phobos, Mars' moon.

Pretty pictures: Europa from Galileo and Voyager

Emily Lakdawalla • March 12, 2010

For some reason both Jason Perry and Ted Stryk took it upon themselves to produce new, pretty versions of Jupiter's moon Europa this week, so I'm hereby featuring them!

Helene has two faces

Emily Lakdawalla • March 11, 2010

Yes, it's yet another post on Helene! I keep on finding new stuff to post. This time it is a really cool montage assembled by Ian Regan.

Pointing at Helene

Emily Lakdawalla • March 10, 2010

I posted already some neat images from Cassini's flyby of Helene last week, and commented on how most of the images from that encounter missed Helene entirely or only caught the moon at one edge of the camera field of view. Here's an example of one of those images.

Unbelievably spectacular flight through Candor Chasma

Emily Lakdawalla • March 09, 2010

This is one of the things that came out during LPSC last week and all I could do at the time was Tweet it—so here it is in blog form: the most unbelievably spectacular 3D animation of a bit of Mars I've seen yet, produced by Adrian Lark.

Pretty picture: Io, labeled

Emily Lakdawalla • March 05, 2010

Jason Perry just posted this lovely labeled image of Io over at his blog, the Gish Bar Times.

Hello, snowman! (Cassini observes Iapetus)

Emily Lakdawalla • February 19, 2010

I visited the Cassini raw images site today and was pleased to see another couple of sets of images have been captured on Iapetus.

Cassini eyes the eyeball

Emily Lakdawalla • February 16, 2010

On Saturday, Cassini flew within 9,500 kilometers of Mimas, the innermost of the medium-sized icy moons of Saturn.

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