Ready for another Where In The Universe Challenge? Here’s #98! Take a look and see if you can name where in the Universe this image iimage today, but won’t reveal the answer until tomorrow. This gives you a chance to mull over the image and provide your answer/guess in the comment section. Please, no links or extensive explanations of s from. Give yourself extra points if you can name the spacecraft responsible for the image. We provide the what you think this is — give everyone the chance to guess.
UPDATE: The answer has now been posted below.
This is a close-up view of the icy surface of Jupiter’s moon Europa, a moon of Jupiter, obtained on December 20, 1996, by the Solid State Imaging system on board the Galileo spacecraft during its fourth orbit around Jupiter. The view is about 11 kilometers by 16 kilometers (7 miles by 10 miles) and has a resolution of 26 meters (28 yards). The Sun illuminates the scene from the east (right).
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