Callisto, satellite image

Callisto, satellite image

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Credit: NASA/JPL/DLR/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Callisto. Satellite image of Jupiter's third-largest moon Callisto, showing bright scars on a darker surface, which testify to a long history of impacts. Scientists believe the brighter areas are mainly ice and the darker areas are highly-eroded, ice-poor material. Imaged by NASA's Galileo spacecraft, in May 2001.

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