The Saturnian moon Dione

The Saturnian moon Dione

. Many large impact craters (left) and bright regions (right) are found on Saturnís satellite Dione. The bright areas could be attributed to impact debris, ridges and valleys, or even surface frost deposits. This image was taken from the Voyager 1 spacecraft on 12 November 1980.

Copyright 2010, Professor Kenneth R. Lang, Tufts University