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‘ Enceladus ‘ 2005 Science Photo Library Print by Science Photo Library Archive

‘ Enceladus ‘ 2005 Science Photo Library Print
by Science Photo Library Archive

Available at Gallery Prints

Photography

Archival Pigment Print

2005

Edition Size: 150

Image Size: 38 x 38 inches

Sheet Size: 40 x 40 inches

Reference: LT

Unsigned

Condition: Pristine

£450.00

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‘ Enceladus ‘ 2005

Science Photo Library PriFalse-colour composite Cassini spacecraft image of Enceladus, one of Saturn’s moons. At bottom plains are divided by tectonic gashes (blue). Due to the absence of impact craters in this area, the surface is thought to be younger than elsewhere on the moon. Enceladus is composed of water ice, silicates and iron. Its surface features suggest the presence of a subsurface ocean, although this has not been confirmed. The Cassini-Huygens spacecraft was launched in 1997 to investigate Saturn, its rings and its moons. This image was taken at a distance of 112,100 kilometres on 14 July 2005. (Photo by Science Photo Library)

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