Rings of Neptune. Voyager 2 imaged Neptune's dark, faint rings in 1989. Before that, earthbound scientists had only been able to find evidence of parts of rings. [Image credit: NASA] Mona Evans, "Neptune Facts for Kids"
This color photo of Neptune's largest moon Triton was obtained by NASA's Voyager 2 probe on Aug. 24, 1989, from 330,000 miles away. The resolution is about 6.2 miles, sufficient to begin to show topographic detail. Credit: NASA/JPL
Infographic: unmanned Voyager 1 and 2 probes visited the outer planets of the solar system and are approaching the edge of our solar system. After 35 years of space travel, the twin Voyager planetary probes are nearing the edge of Earth's solar system--they will become the first man-made objects to travel between the stars. Text and image credit: Karl Tate / Space.com
Saturn. I love how you can see thru the rings, and I love the different-- vertical-- orientation. Finally, I love how the Cassini probe continues to beam us such amazing photographs of the Saturn system!!!
Uranus. Its blue-green color comes from methane crystals in the atmosphere. The rings do circle the equator, but Uranus is tipped so much on its axis that it orbits on its side. (Image credit: Voyager, NASA) Mona Evans, "Uranus Facts for Kids" http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art27632.asp