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NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has successfully completed its closest flyby of Saturn’s moon Rhea, returning raw images of the icy moon’s surface.
Pictures of the Rhea surface taken around the time of closest approach at 4:53 a.m. UTC on Jan. 11, 2011, which was 10:53 p.m. PST, Jan. 10, show shadowy craters at a low sun angle. A portrait of bright, icy Rhea also captures Saturn’s rings and three other moons clearly visible in the background.