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A spectacular raw image from the November 21 Cassini flyby of Enceladus clearly shows the venting happening from the Saturn moon.
Image credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute
Posted at 03:17 PM in Cassini/Huygens, Kentucky Space, Robotics, Science, Solar System, Space, Space Education, space imagery | Permalink
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