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Saturn and its moon Enceladus. Picture taken spacecraft Cassini on August 13.

Saturn and its moon Enceladus. Picture taken spacecraft Cassini on August 13.

Image of the Day: exploring one of Saturn's icy moons | DVICE NASA's Cassini spacecraft is off snapping shots of Enceladus

Image of the Day: exploring one of Saturn's icy moons | DVICE NASA's Cassini spacecraft is off snapping shots of Enceladus

A Study in Ice and Gas — Dione and Saturn /by ianr81 #flickr #NASA #Cassini #Saturn #Dione #Moon

A Study in Ice and Gas — Dione and Saturn /by ianr81 #flickr #NASA #Cassini #Saturn #Dione #Moon

|| Janus against Saturn Cassini captured this view of Janus floating in front of Saturn on March 27, 2012. Credit: NASA / JPL / SSI / color composite by Emily Lakdawalla

|| Janus against Saturn Cassini captured this view of Janus floating in front of Saturn on March 27, 2012. Credit: NASA / JPL / SSI / color composite by Emily Lakdawalla

Rhea passes in front of the much larger haze-shrouded moon Titan, both in orbit around Saturn. (NASA/JPL)

Rhea passes in front of the much larger haze-shrouded moon Titan, both in orbit around Saturn. (NASA/JPL)

Saturn’s tiny moon Mimas in transit across rippling ring shadows on the planet’s northern hemisphere during that hemisphere’s winter. Mimas is only 246 miles in diameter. South is up.   Mosaic composite photographs.  Cassini, Jan. 18, 2005

Saturn’s tiny moon Mimas in transit across rippling ring shadows on the planet’s northern hemisphere during that hemisphere’s winter. Mimas is only 246 miles in diameter. South is up. Mosaic composite photographs. Cassini, Jan. 18, 2005

The STEREO-B spacecraft captured this view of Earth and the Comet PanSTARRS on March 13. Also visible is the sun, to the left, which is developing an ejection of material from its outer atmosphere, or corona. (Image: NASA/GSFC/STEREO)

The STEREO-B spacecraft captured this view of Earth and the Comet PanSTARRS on March 13. Also visible is the sun, to the left, which is developing an ejection of material from its outer atmosphere, or corona. (Image: NASA/GSFC/STEREO)

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