Space ravioli? No, it's Saturn's moon Pan, spotted by our Cassini spacecraft from a distance of 15,268 miles, or 24,572 kilometers. These images are the closest images ever taken of Pan and will help to characterize its shape and geology. See more raw images: http://go.nasa.gov/2nkipaU
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- And yes Gravity pull from Saturn Jupiter the asteroid that can hit the high velocity of high elevated winds Pulsar eruption through that part of space etc. Hello NASA19w
- Bible does say the earth is flat19w
- it is not appropriate to even pretend take you serious when you choose to believe in bronze age myths and bronze age knowledge and not in modern science. The bronze age myths have given you nothing and modern science have given you everything icluding the device you use to spread your ignorance.
Get educated and do the world a favor.
Religion poisons everything.19w
- science = more lie and evil19w
- most people like you prefer the comforting fantasy over the hard truth.
Better the hard truth I say, than the comforting fantasy. (Carl Sagan).19w