New Iapetus Photos

Posted on: October 12, 2007

[Photo] Courtesy NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute

Here is the other side of Iapetus, one of Saturn's moons. If you go to and, you can check out hi-res images (so you can zoom in to the point where you can route find!) and get more information.

[Photo] NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute

How about an article in Alpinist on the (far) future of mountaineering? I'm sure NASA can provide stunning photos of climbable features on other planets and moons.

[Photo] NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute


Just a thought...

This is a follow-up post to the September 12 blog.

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