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Jason Major 1h
A silhouetted Dione in front of Saturn imaged by on December 20, 2010. This is a colored version of a single clear-filter monochrome image captured from 263,000 km away. The bands on the left are Saturn's rings. North on Dione and Saturn is to the right. Credit on image.
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Aliyu! 30m
probe has the best space pictures
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Jason Major 20h
Here's a view of Saturn's moon Mimas "rising" over the limb of its larger sibling Dione from the point of view of on December 12, 2011. Mimas was about 515,000 km away from Dione when this narrow-angle camera image was captured. (Credit on image.)
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Jason Major Dec 7
The ice geysers of Saturn's moon Enceladus, imaged by on Nov. 30, 2010. This is a composite of calibrated data acquired in red, green, and blue wavelengths from a distance of about 67,000 km. South is up. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SSI/Cassini Imaging Team/Jason Major.
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Jason Major Dec 2
Saturn's moon Tethys (1,076 km wide) imaged by in front of Saturn on December 3, 2005. North is to the left in this view, the rings are seen on edge along the side.
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Xavi Bros Dec 4
Disrupted F ring: large asymmetries due to Prometheus gravity influence . amazing pictures!
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Jason Major Dec 8
Here's a picture of Saturn's puff pastry-shaped moon Atlas made from calibrated image data captured by on April 12, 2017 in IR, green, and UV wavelengths. It's about 40 km across and 25 km high. Image credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / SSI / Cassini Imaging Team / Jason Major
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Jason Major Dec 2
Saturn's moon Epimetheus imaged by on December 3, 2007
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Charles Lee Mudd Jr. Dec 3
"Go Ahead, Take a Spin on Titan" by Dennis Overbye via NYT
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Jason Major Dec 3
Three moons, one image: Saturn's moons Enceladus (bottom center, 1.34 million km away), Mimas (lower left, 1.74 million km away) and Tethys (top, 1.85 million km away) imaged by on Dec. 3, 2015. Enceladus is in front of the rings; Mimas and Tethys are beyond them.
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Charles Kergaravat Dec 9
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Jason Major Dec 7
Here's a view of Saturn's moons Dione (front) and Titan, composited from image data acquired by on Dec. 7, 2011β€”eight years ago today. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute/Cassini Imaging Team/Jason Major.
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From Space With Love Dec 5
Iapetus is the strangest moon of Saturn. One half of Iapetus is only about one-fifth as bright as the other! πŸͺ Learn about Saturn: πŸ“Έ by NASA / JPL-Caltech / Space Science Institute / Cassini
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Jason Major Dec 7
Replying to @JPMajor
The ice sprayed out goes into orbit around Saturn within Enceladus' path, forming the E ring. Discovered with in 2005 the plumes originate from a subsurface ocean and were found to contain ocean-like salts and complex organic compounds. Read more:
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Edgecore Networks 15h
CEO, George Tchaparian was interviewed by and shared the experience from being an early support of and applying it to through its involved with .
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All Around Science 21h
Beautiful Rings Tweet via -HUYGENS πŸ›°οΈ MISSION Rings πŸ“€ 2009-05-28 Wide Angle Camera RED+GRN+BL1 filters NASA/JPL/j. Roger
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Charles Lee Mudd Jr. Dec 9
"How an Icy Moon of Saturn Got Its Stripes" by Nadia Drake via NYT
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Mark Steven Dec 8
’s approach to πŸͺ 😎 See link below by
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Space Australia Dec 8
An incredible high resolution image of taken by 's probe . This is the only way we'll peer inside Saturn's ring within our lifetime. πŸ›°οΈπŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ί
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Matthew J Opdyke | Sci-Fi & Fantasy Author Dec 8
Inverse: Titan’s terrain is even scarier than we thought. via
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