Iapetus Remains Our Most Misunderstood Moon

After having no superior tools to our naked eyes to explore the universe, the 17th century ushered in a revolution with the adoption of the telescope. With larger apertures and the power to gather more light at once, objects beyond the limits of human visibility — both in terms of resolution and faintness — suddenly transformed from being unobservable to being observable at will.

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