Two of Saturn’s moons Mimas (right) and Dion ( left)
Mimas and Pandora orbit Saturn, image taken in visible light
Saturn’s rings and shadows taken in visible light
Dione crosses Saturn’s rings
Moons Enceladus (left) and Janus hover above the rings of Saturn
Saturn’s moons Prometheus sculpting the F ring while Daphnis (too small to discern in this image) raises waves on the edges of the Keeler gap
Cassini spacecraft approaching Saturn in 2004: No CGI, no 3D model, this video is made of still photographs stitched together by tephen van Vuuren of SV2 Studios.
This is a picture of the 50-mile-wide moon Pandora, taken by the Cassini spacecraft on June 3, 2010.
Cassini launched in 1997 to explore Saturn. The mission was originally slated to end in 2008, but got its first reprieve with 27 months of additional funding to study the planet during its equinox. This year, NASA gave Cassini another 6 ½-year life extension, to continue exploring Saturn and its moons:
Found @ wired.com.