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Icy Saturn Moon's 'Tiger Stripes' More Extensive Than Thought

Icy Saturn Moon's 'Tiger Stripes' More Extensive Than Thought
This image shows a high-resolution heat map of the south polar region of Saturn's moon Enceladus, made with data obtained by NASA's Cassini spacecraft during a flyby on Aug. 13, 2010.
(Image: © NASA/JPL/GSFC/SWRI/SSI)

The web of warm

The unmanned Cassini

Cassini revisited

Though Enceladus'

The newly observed

"The ends of

Massive heat

Cassini first

Researchers now know

Massive amounts of

The new images and

Eyeing the tiger

Cassini used its

The probe examined

This is slightly

One explanation may

In any case, the new

The Damascus thermal

Cassini's last

Cassini recorded the

"Our

The Aug. 13

This Enceladus flyby

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