Enceladus | Rediscovered Astronomy
By J.J. Del Mar
The changing surface of Saturn’s moon, Enceladus. The surface of Enceladus, especially at the South Pole region, keeps changing due to subsurface geological activity and “water vapor” geysers.
Enceladus by J.J. Del Mar | Rediscovered Astronomy
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Global Map: Cassini ISS / USGS 2016