Hubble’s Panoramic View of a Star-Forming Region (by Hubble Space Telescope / ESA)
The Cassini spacecraft takes a close look at a row of craters on Saturn’s moon Tethys during the spacecraft’s April 14, 2012, flyby of the moon.
Three large craters are visible along the terminator between day and night on Tethys (660 miles, or 1,062 kilometers across). The larger Odysseus crater also can be seen in profile on the right of the image. Odysseus Crater is 280 miles (450 kilometers) across. See The Great Basin for a closer view of Odysseus.