New Images of Saturn's Moon Dione Released

New Images of Saturn's Moon Dione Released
This raw, unprocessed globe shot of Saturn's moon Dione was taken on Sept. 4, 2010 by NASA's Cassini Spacecraft. NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute

New images of Saturn's moon Dione were taken


The pockmarked moon is seen by NASA's Cassini


Dione is an icy ball. It has a radius of 348 miles


Dione's average surface temperature is minus 303

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