We can't get enough of these new images of Jupiter's moon Ganymede. So, so cool!
If we zoom in on this image from NASA's Juno spacecraft, we can spot one of Ganymede's coolest (and weirdest) features: Enki Catena. This chain of 13 craters is over 161 km (100 mi) long. Enki Catena probably formed when a comet passing by Jupiter was pulled to pieces by the planet's gravity and slammed into
(Image: M. Gill)