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Moon in the night
Enceladus (505 kilometres across) and Tethys (1,071 kilometres across) appear close together in the sky in this image, but in reality, Tethys was more than 260,000 kilometres farther from the Cassini spacecraft - greater than half the distance from Earth to the Moon.
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Created: 20/04/2007 11:20:00
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