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Rhea’s day in the sun

Rhea's day in the sun

Saturn’s second-largest moon, Rhea, is shown in this image obtained by the Cassini spacecraft. Rhea is about 1,527 kilometers in diameter. Cassini took the photograph in full light on Sept. 10, 2013 from a distance of about 1.6 million kilometers. Courtesy NASA, Jet Propulsion Laboratory – California Institute of Technology, Space Science Institute.

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