Hello, this is an Ultra High Definition video I've made that zoom's in on the immense ice crevasses of Saturn's moon Dione
I've had making this exact video of zooming in as a concept in my head for probably almost ~15 years ever since I first saw a still image of this vista. I even printed out a 4' wide photo of it back then to show people in the Astronomy club I used to be in, but even then I knew that a photo's scale just didn't match zooming-in scale and overall context of the crevasses that could be achieved with a video, so finally here it is (and I'm relieved that the concept has made it out of my head :^) I know most people have not ever seen the ice crevasses of Dione, especially this close, and this particular image was not covered like this zoom-in vid to this scale at all back when it came out.
Imagine travelling there and rappelling/abseiling down the sides of them and looking up from the deep inside a ravine under the ice cliffs! Maybe someday somebody will. I made this video using a real image acquired by NASA's Cassini spacecraft years ago when it was orbiting Saturn and its moons on a very close pass to Dione. I also made the background music (simple as it is) especially for this video. Please feel free to share a link to it with your friends, as I'd like as many people possible to see this spectacular vista.
Clear skies and good seeing! Jason W. Higley