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Gaspra in color (best resolution)

Gaspra in color (best resolution)

NASA / JPL / Emily Lakdawalla

Gaspra in color (best resolution)
Galileo captured this view of Gaspra on October 29, 1991, from a distance of about 27,000 kilometers. The resolution of the image is about 270 meters per pixel. Images taken through red, green, and violet filters were combined to make this color view.

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