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Cassini eyes Iapetus

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12:04pm, July 27, 2004

A new image taken by the Cassini spacecraft is putting the spotlight on Saturn's split-personality moon Iapetus: half being bright, half being dark. Taken on July 3, just 3 days after the craft began its Saturn tour, the Cassini picture is the first image of the moon taken from space since the early 1980s.

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