Amazing New Images from Cassini PART 2

Mike Malaska is a great supporter of Outside In as well as a rising star amongst amateurs making some real science noise in the Saturnian system. Check out his recent image from the Enceladus flyby.

Image credits: NASA / JPL / Space Sciences Institute / Mike Malaska

High phase crescent of Enceladus over Saturn’s rings taken on May 18, 2010 from a distance of 47,000 km by the Cassini spacecraft. Multiple frame mosaic assembled from raw images.

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