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Curt Niebur
Curt Niebur • 2 years ago

Titan and Dione against the larger background of Saturn. The rings, though incredibly wide, are also incredibly thin, and are seen edge on as a thin line crossing behind Titan. Titan looks fuzzy because it has a thick, hazy atmosphere.

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