My Favorite Images from the Planetary Photojoural
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Catalog # Target Mission Instrument Addition Date Size
Remove Image from Favorite List PIA10351 Enceladus Cassini-Huygens
ISS - Narrow Angle
Imaging Science Subsystem - Wide Angle
2008-03-25 864x884x1
The topography of planetary surfaces tells us much about the geologic history and forces involved, and volcanically active Enceladus is no exception. This view from NASA's Cassini spacecraft shows the oldest most heavily cratered terrains on the surface.
Ancient Cratered Terrains on Enceladus - A Complex Deformation History