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  • Charl Malan

    A brightly reflective Enceladus appears before Saturn's rings, while the planet's larger moon Titan looms in the distance.

  • Matt Luders

    Saturn's brightly reflective moon Enceladus appears before Saturn's rings, while the planet's largest moon Titan looms in the distance.

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Saturn's moon Enceladus in High Definition, approximate true color.

THAT'S a view you don't see every day!

An image from the surface of Titan (Saturn Moon with lakes/oceans) — the only image from the surface of an object farther away than Mars. - Imgur

If the planets were as far away from earth as the moon… (think that I would be scared by Jupiter & Saturn! lol)

Some pepole think were eggs hached on saturn:( #novibubbles

europa, moon of jupiter. An ice world with 4 tiger strikes close to its south pole. It is believed that under the ice lies an ocean of liquid water and therefore life :)

The Cassini spacecraft took this view of Saturn’s moon Dione in October 2005, with the tranquil gold and blue hues of Saturn in the distance. The horizontal stripes near the bottom of the image are Saturn's rings

Storm on Saturn NASA's Cassini spacecraft has tracked the aftermath of a rare massive storm on Saturn. Data reveal record-setting disturbances in the planet's upper atmosphere long after the visible signs of the storm abated, in addition to an indication the storm was ... (View Article) www.nasa.gov/...

Saturn. Although other planets in our solar system have rings, none are as extensive and spectacular as Saturn's.

The surface area of Saturn's moon Mimas is slightly less than the land area of Spain and is composed of water ice with only a small amount of rock. Yet Saturn's resonances with Mimas, and Mimas' resonances with other orbiting satellites are instrumental in the formation of Saturn's rings.

Rings of Saturn from Cassini.