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Description Model of Enceladus' cold geysers.
Date March 9, 2006
Credit NASA/ JPL/ Space Science Institute/Cassini-Huygens
Author Unknown


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I converted the original, high-quality TIFF released by NASA to PNG, using GIMP, to replace Image:PIA07799.jpg. My edits are released into the public domain. Gordon P. Hemsley 19:58, 4 August 2006 (UTC)

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