Sunset on Enceladus
April 8, 2008
In this artist's rendering, a distant sun forms a halo (refracted sunlight by ice crystals) amid streamers of pure water ice particles, which spew into space from cracks in the south polar surface of Saturn's tiny moon Enceladus.
Image by Karl Kofoed -- Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania
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Credit: Copyright 2008 Karl Kofoed