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File:MESSENGER first photo of unseen side of mercury cropped to Caloris.jpg

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English: MESSENGER's first photo of the previously-unseen hemisphere of Mercury, cropped to highlight the location of Caloris Basin. Location identified using as a source.
Date 16 January 2008
Source Image:MESSENGER first photo of unseen side of mercury.jpg
Author NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Carnegie Institution of Washington
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