Ice Crevasse on Phoebe

December 17, 2004

This is a narrow angle field-of-view artist's rendering from the bottom of a large ice crevasse on the surface of Phoebe, the least
known of all the Saturnian satellites. Since Cassini will never approach Phoebe closer than than 50,000 kilometers, no spacecraft
is shown. By David Seal (only available electronically).