Saturn’s satellite has a strange shape

NASA published the raw images of Saturn’s moon Pan made by the Cassini. Pictures were received on March 7, 2017 during the approach of the station to the object. Pan was from the device at a distance of 24,572 km.

The presented photos are the most detailed images of this satellite of Saturn. The photographs show that the object has a rather bizarre shape: Pan resembles a pelmeni. According to representatives of NASA, the new images will help scientists learn more about its structure and origin.