Ε, δεν είναι και το πιο λογικό κάτι τόσο μικρό να έχει πόσες χιλιάδες ηλιακές μάζες και με τόσο τεράστια ηλεκτρομαγνητική ακτινοβολία
ον τόπικ τώρα. Νέα φώτο σε real color του Κρόνου από το Cassini. βάζω εδώ τη μικρή φώτο γιατί αυτή που δημοσιεύτηκε είναι 9000Χ3500 pixels
With the sun's powerful and potentially damaging rays eclipsed by Saturn itself, Cassini's onboard cameras were able to take advantage of this unique viewing geometry. They acquired a panoramic mosaic of the Saturn system that allows scientists to see details in the rings and throughout the system as they are backlit by the sun. This mosaic is special as it marks the third time our home planet was imaged from the outer solar system; the second time it was imaged by Cassini from Saturn's orbit; and the first time ever that inhabitants of Earth were made aware in advance that their photo would be taken from such a great distance.
With both Cassini's wide-angle and narrow-angle cameras aimed at Saturn, Cassini was able to capture 323 images in just over four hours. This final mosaic uses 141 of those wide-angle images. Images taken using the red, green and blue spectral filters of the wide-angle camera were combined and mosaicked together to create this natural-color view
This image spans about 404,880 miles (651,591 kilometers) across.
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