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Can you tell Jupiter's moon from a frying pan?

It’s harder than you think.

THE VIEWS IN space are incredible.

Sometimes they also look like frying pans – a LOT like frying pans.

NASA proved this fact over the weekend when it shared a series of images.

One of the below photos shows Jupiter’s moon Europa.

The rest are, as you may have guessed by now, frying pans.

Warning: If you want to guess, don’t scroll to the bottom of the page – the answer is lurking down there.

Read: Good news: The world is NOT going to be hit by a giant asteroid

Read: The best place to see the Northern Lights? From space…

The correct answer is – drum roll please – the image in the middle row on the left.

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