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Enceladus and its plumes

Enceladus and its plumes

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NASA / JPL-Caltech / SSI / Gordan Ugarkovic

Enceladus and its plumes
Cassini took this photo of Enceladus on 14 April 2012. In the upper right corner, the edge of the A ring is visible, as well as the severely overexposed core of the F ring.

Distance: 124 000 km
Phase angle: 160 deg

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