The Bruce Murray Space Image Library
Galileo's best image of Jupiter's moon Metis
Filed under Jupiter's moons, Galileo, amateur image processing, Jupiter's small moons, global views
Metis is about 40 kilometers in diameter and orbits at the edge of Jupiter's main ring. Galileo was about 292,600 kilometers from Metis when it took this photo on January 4, 2000. It has been colorized with data taken on June 26, 1997.
NASA / JPL / Ted Stryk
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Original image data dated on or about January 4, 2000
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