Wednesday, March 25

More Glory

Dione (dee-o- nay) one of Saturn's many moons in a picture taken by the Cassini.
Now not to distrurb the sciences, but how can we call the craters on this moon "impact" craters if we have never even seen one being made (impact)?

1 comment:

The Jules said...

Probable cause maybe? There's no volcanoes but lots of asteroids, and no atmosphere to stop them impacting.

I could be wrong of course.