Saturn's Moon Plays Hide-and-Seek With Cassini - Universe Today
[/caption] Taken during the Cassini spacecraft’s October 1 flyby of Saturn’s ice-spewing moon, this image – released today – shows a crescent-lit Enceladus with southern geysers in action… and the much smaller Epimetheus peeking out from behind! The 70-mile (113-km) -wide Epimetheus is dwarfed by its larger sibling Enceladus, which is 313 miles (504 km) … Continue reading "Saturn’s Moon Plays Hide-and-Seek With Cassini"