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Craters give a rugged look to surface of Iapetus, especially in the large basin of Engelier visible along the southern limb of the moon in this view.
Crater at the Edge
The oblate shape of the moon Iapetus is particularly noticeable in this portrait.
Oblate Iapetus
The Cassini spacecraft looks toward a crescent of Saturn's dark and light moon, Iapetus.
Eyeing Iapetus
Saturn's moon Iapetus
Iapetus' Puzzling Surface
Series of maps of Saturn's moon Iapetus
Thermal Runaway Model
Three different false-color views of Saturn's moon Iapetus
Color Dichotomy on Iapetus
Two global images of Iapetus
Global View of Iapetus' Dichotomy
Iapetus' Terrain
A Slice of Iapetus
Light-Dark Enigma
Distant Crescent
Taking a Longer View
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