Saturn's tiniest regular moons at 20 meters per pixel

Saturn's tiniest regular moons at 20 meters per pixel
Saturn's tiniest regular moons at 20 meters per pixel A comparison of the sizes of Saturn's very smallest regular satellites as viewed by Cassini over the course of its 13-year mission. When fully enlarged, the comparison has a resolution of 20 meters per pixel. Aegaeon, Anthe, Pallene, and Polydeuces are all represented by an image of Methone. NASA / JPL-Caltech / SSI / Emily Lakdawalla. Satellite dimensions from Thomas et al. (2013)

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