This picture shows geysers near the South Pole of Enceladus. Enceladus is a moon of Saturn. The geysers shoot ice crystals hundreds of kilometers (miles) into the sky above the moon. The geysers seem to come from huge cracks in Enceladus called "tiger stripes". The areas near the "tiger stripes" are much warmer than the rest of the moon.
Image courtesy of NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute.