Chapt14

Chapt14 - By light-colored terrain Fig. 14.19 Faulting on...

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Chapter 14 Satellites
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Opener
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Fig. 14.1 Tidal Heating of Io
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Fig. 14.2 Orbital Resonance
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Tab. 14.1
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Fig. 14.3 Phobos, Martian Satellite
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Fig. 14.4 Phobos, Martian Satellite
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Fig. 14.5 Deimos (Mars)
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Fig. 14.6 Deimos, close up view
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Tab. 14.2
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Fig. 14.7 Io Sulfur and sulfuric compounds Volcanic activity
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Fig. 14.8 Plume on the Limb of Io
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Fig. 14.9
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Fig. 14.10 Volcanic eruption on Io
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Fig. 14.11 Two different images of Io 17 years apart (Voyager and Galileo)
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Fig. 14.12 Model for the sufrace of Io
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Fig. 14.13 Europa (from Galileo) Smooth, highly reflective surface crisscrossed by dark lines. Water ice. Liquid water underneath? Evidence of tidal forces from Jupiter
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Fig. 14.14 Europa’s Interior Structure
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Fig. 14.15 Europa
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Fig. 14.16 Ice Rafts on Europa
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Fig. 14.17
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Fig. 14.18 Ganymede Ancient dark terrain separated
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Unformatted text preview: By light-colored terrain Fig. 14.19 Faulting on Ganymede Fig. 14.20 A view across Ganymede Fig. 14.21 Callisto Fig. 14.22 Callisto Fig. 14.23 A scarp on Callisto Fig. 14.25 Rhea (1530 km) Fig. 14.28 Tethys, (1050 km) Fig. 14.29 Iapetus (1440 km) Fig. 14.30 Enceladus (500 km) Fig. 14.31 Icy material from Enceladus Fig. 14.32 Titan (5150 km) Fig. 14.33 Panoramic view of Titan Fig. 14.34 At the surface of Titan (From Huygens) Fig. 14.36 Umbriel (Uranus) Fig. 14.37 Oberon (Uranus) Fig. 14.38 Titania (Uranus) Fig. 14.39 Ariel (Uranus) Fig. 14.40 Miranda, Uranus) Fig. 14.41 Coronae on Miranda (Uranus) Fig. 14.43 Fig. 14.44 Fig. 14.45 Triton Fig. 14.46 Triton Fig. 14.47 Plumes on Triton...
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