Some 3000 light years above the center of the galaxy...
 

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CMDR Edelgard von Rhein
This is the view looking up at a steep angle along the outer edge of the wall of a large crater on an icy moon with water geysers volcanism. In the time it took me to reach it, the moon had passed into the shadow of the gas giant and I had a close call coming down! The geysers cycle through periods of activity and quiet and the most active phase, shown below, lasts only a few seconds.
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