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What is the most heavily cratered object in the Solar System?

Question #151103. Asked by BigTriviaDawg.
Last updated May 14 2024.
Originally posted May 14 2024 8:05 PM.

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Callisto, one of Jupiter's moons.

Callisto is the second-largest moon of Jupiter and the third-largest in our solar system.

link https://science.nasa.gov/jupiter/moons/callisto/

The main reason why it is the most cratered is mainly due to Callisto's age of about 4 billion years. The rocky, icy surface of this satellite has been struck by comets and asteroids throughout that time.

link https://science.nasa.gov/jupiter/moons/callisto/facts/

Response last updated by psnz on May 14 2024.
May 14 2024, 8:06 PM
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