Saturn’s moon Tethys looks startlingly like the Death Star

Has anyone checked if it has a thermal exhaust port?


NASA may think Saturn’s moon Tethys looks like “an eyeball staring into space”, but we can’t help thinking of a more ominous resemblance: the Death Star. 


A snap from NASA spacecraft Cassini shows one of Saturn’s large, icy moons – complete with an enormous crater, named Odysseus. 

The space agency explains: “Like any solar system moon, Tethys (660 miles or 1,062 kilometers across) has suffered many impacts. These impacts are a prime shaper of the appearance of a moon’s surface.”


Here’s hoping it’s not fully operational.