View Full Version : Discussion: Icy Tethys

2004-Aug-03, 04:14 PM
SUMMARY: Here's an image of Saturn's moon Tethys, taken by Cassini on July 13, when the spacecraft was 4.8 million km (3 million miles) away. Tethys is only 1060 km (659 miles) across, and in this visible light image, you can only see a few details of its surface, including a large crater in its southern hemisphere. Cassini will make a close flyby of the moon in September 2005.

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2004-Aug-03, 04:20 PM
Cool, we are lookinf forward to it.

2004-Aug-03, 05:08 PM
Fraser, you now have so many photos of Saturn's moons that I think by now you'd be making a catalogue! :lol: ;)