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In Pictures: Cassini's Phoebe rendezvous
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This image of Phoebe was taken on June 11 during the probe's flyby; the pockmarked surface a testament to the moon's violent past.
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Another picture from the flyby shows the rugged interior of a large crater on the moon. The lower right hand part of Phoebe appears to be covered by bright wispy material.
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This view is a mosaic composed of two images taken during the flyby. It shows a detailed view of the 50km-wide crater excavated by an impact in Phoebe's past.
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In this view, a crater at above centre exhibits two or more layers of alternating bright and dark material, perhaps created by debris thrown out by the impact that created it.
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This picture, taken near Cassini's closest approach to Phoebe shows a 13-km (8-mile) diameter crater with a debris-covered floor.



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