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This image of Jupiter's second largest moon, Callisto, presents one of the mysteries discovered by NASA's Galileo spacecraft. In the upper left corner of the image, what appear to be very small craters are visible (See enlargement.) on the floors of some larger craters as well as in the area immediately adjacent to the larger craters. Some these smaller craters are not entirely circular. They are very similar to a population of unclassified "pits" seen in

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