Monday, December 17, 2007


Stunning Picture of Saturn's Rings and Moon Tethys

The impact crater that might have shattered a less stout moon (and strewed its debris in a thin ring around the planet?) is about as big a crater, relative to the size of the orb, as we can see, although there is a bigger artifact of impact (but not the ring crater) on a different moon, the name of which escapes me just now.
I love our robot photographers. They do great work.


You are correct, the picture is stunning!
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