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Callisto Icosahedron

Target Name:  Callisto
Spacecraft:  Voyager
Produced by:  Calvin J. Hamilton
Copyright: © 1998 by Calvin J. Hamilton
Date Released: 5 May 1998
(Publisher Permission Request)

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Callisto is the second largest moon of Jupiter, the third largest in the solar system, and is about the same size as Mercury. Callisto is the most heavily cratered satellite in the solar system. Its crust is very ancient and dates back 4 billion years, just shortly after the solar system was formed. This icosahedron was created from a mosaic of images taken by the Voyager spacecrafts. It can be assemble cutting along the edges of the map. Tape or glue can be used to assemble the globe. Double-sided tape works well. The challenge is in connecting the last edges together. Good luck and have fun.

This image is Copyrighted 1998 by Calvin J. Hamilton. Any commercial/for-profit use of this image needs to be addressed to Calvin J. Hamilton.

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