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This is a color composite image of Saturn’s moon Rhea (pronounced REE-ah) made from raw images acquired by Cassini this past Saturday, March 9, during its most recent — and last — close pass of the moon. The visible-light colors of Rhea’s frozen surface have been boosted to make them more apparent — even so, it’s still a very monochromatic place!
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