Emily Lakdawalla • Jul 13, 2010
Cassini eyes Janus
Four times a year, the Cassini mission releases three months' worth of data gathered from Saturn and its moons to NASA's Planetary Data System. On July 1, there was another data release covering the period from July 1 to September 30, 2009. Gordan Ugarkovic wandered through the newly public data and produced several lovely images that he posted to his Flickr account, including this global view of Janus.
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