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The most artificial-appearing moon in our solar system seems to me to be Iapetus.

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Enceladas a matter of physics part 2 277 mortain 28-Feb-09 22:14
Re: Enceladas a matter of physics part 2 137 bigbytes 28-Feb-09 23:25
Re: Enceladas a matter of physics part 2 129 mortain 02-Mar-09 08:44
Re: Enceladas a matter of physics part 2 87 KABOOM 28-Feb-09 23:28
Re: Enceladas a matter of physics part 2 89 mortain 02-Mar-09 20:40
Re: Enceladas a matter of physics part 2 105 KABOOM 02-Mar-09 21:25
Re: Enceladas a matter of physics part 2 83 Nolondil 01-Mar-09 01:59
Re: Enceladas a matter of physics part 2 107 mortain 05-Mar-09 17:21
Different compostion and flux force 73 spitfire888 05-Mar-09 21:03
Re: Enceladas a matter of physics part 2 124 Nolondil 06-Mar-09 01:15
Re: Enceladas a matter of physics part 2 78 D-Archer 01-Mar-09 12:35
Magnetic Flux lines of Saturn could be crushing Enceladas 82 spitfire888 02-Mar-09 21:25
Re: Enceladas a matter of physics part 2 73 papalou 12-Mar-09 00:32


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