Callisto is a moon of Jupiter and the third largest in the solar system. The surface of this moon is heavily cratered. It is different from the other three Galilean moons because it orbits further away and does not form a part of the orbital resonance. Like our moon, it is tidally locked with the planet so that only one half faces it at all times.

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