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Craters on Saturn's moon Pandora exhibit clarity and depth in this anaglyph, or 3D view, from Cassini. This stereo view shows the rugged, irregular shape caused by multiple large impacts, and the smaller craters formed most recently on this tiny satellite. Gravity is weak on Pandora (84 kilometers, or 52 miles across), but it does hold onto the loose material formed by catering. The mantle of fine debris partially hides older craters, slowly covering and filling them as it coats the moon. See

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