Tethys - Voyager 2

Saturn's moon Tethys and Odysseus crater from 825,000 km

Voyager 2 image of Saturn's moon, Tethys, showing the giant impact crater, Odysseus. Tethys is 1050 km in diameter and the crater is nearly 500 km across. The north pole is on the edge of the disk at 1:30 and Odysseus is centered at 30 N, 130W. This image was taken on 26 August 1981 from a distance of 825,000 km and has a resolution of 8 km/pixel. (Voyager 2, FDS 43980.27)

Saturn: Satellite System
Impact Cratering
Voyager Missions