Thebe

Thebe
Thebe Thebe is about 100 kilometers in diameter, orbiting at the outer edge of Jupiter's gossamer ring. This is Galileo's highest-resolution view of the moon, captured on January 4, 2000 from a distance of 192,800 kilometers, colorized with lower-resolution data acquired on December 18, 1996. NASA / JPL / Ted Stryk

Here is the original image data.

Resolution is 1.96 kilometers per pixel.

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