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Thomas Romer

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A Moon Through the Plumes

A Moon Through the Plumes

Posted 2012/01/01 | 0 comments

On May 18, 2010, as Cassini approached for its 11th targeted flyby of Saturn's geyser moon Enceladus, it stared directly toward the little moon's active south polar geysers. Three of the geysers can be seen here, backlit by the Sun; the lumpy curve of Enceladus' furrowed surface is at the bottom of the photo.

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