Cassini Captures Stunning View of Saturn’s Moon Tethys

NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has returned a spectacular new image of Tethys, a small, icy moon of Saturn. Discovered on 21 March 1684 by the Italian mathematician and astronomer Giovanni Domenico Cassini, Tethys is a cold and heavily scarred body, about 662 miles (1,066 km) in diameter. Saturn’s fifth largest moon, also known as Saturn III, is [...] —> Read More