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Six Saturn moons are visible in this image snapped by NASA's Cassini probe in September 2007, including Titan at the lower right.

Researchers were able to pinpoint the Saturn system's center of mass, or barycenter, within about 2 miles — a improvement over the best estimates provided by ground-based telescopes, NASA officials said.

#Saturn eclipsing the #Sun with the #Earth visible in the upper left section of #Saturn's ring!

♥ This is a real image of Saturn, taken by the robotic spacecraft Cassini, eclipsing the Sun ♥ Amazing, mesmerizing, Saturn is so beautiful!

Saturn's moon Tethys orbits in front of the wide shadows cast by the rings onto the planet for this Cassini spacecraft view.

s wide-angle camera caught Saturn's moon Tethys in front of wide shadows cast by the planet's rings. Tethys, which measures 660 miles kilometers) across, appears just below the rings near image center.

The Best of Cassini—13 Years in Orbit Around Saturn - The Atlantic

The Best of Cassini—13 Years in Orbit Around Saturn

Launched in NASA's Cassini spacecraft spent seven years traveling to Saturn before spending the past nine-and-a-half years orbiting the massive planet,

The north pole of Saturn, in the fresh light of spring, is revealed in this (true) color image from NASA's Cassini spacecraft. The north pole was previously hidden from the gaze of Cassini.

News - of terror: NASA probe makes closest Saturn dive yet - The Weather Network

La sonde Cassini se balade autour de Saturne depuis quelques années. Et souvent, la sonde de la NASA nous partage de magnifiques clichés de la géante gazeuse et de ses satellites. Aujourd’hui, c’est la lune Dioné qui est mise à l’honneur.

[La photo du jour] Dioné se perd dans les anneaux de Saturne

Dione appears cut in two by Saturn's razor-thin rings, seen nearly edge-on in a view from NASA's Cassini spacecraft.

Space is full of wonders

The Horsehead Nebula (also known as Barnard 33 ) is a dark nebula in the constellation Orion.

Saturn is an extreme interest to me. The Rings that were photographed changed within five minutes. Meaning, the particles that make up the Rings were changing so fast that it confused our own scientists so much they don't even talk about it. It's like salt on a speaker that is booming.

Hexagon at the pole of Saturn. this renders me speechless. I am so in love with my star system!

Saturn's rings, partially darkened by the planet's shadow, cut a striking figure before Saturn's largest moon, Titan.    The night side of the planet is to the left, out of the frame of the image. Illuminated Titan can be seen above, below and through gaps in the rings. The moon Mimas (396 kilometers, or 246 miles across) is near the bottom of the image. Atlas (30 kilometers, or 19 miles across) can barely be detected near the thin F ring just to the right of center on the upper part of the…

Cut by Saturn's Shadow

There's nothing up the sleeves of the Cassini imaging team in this image; it is real! Is the moon Titan being cut in half by Saturn's rings? What is actual

Three of Saturn's moons -- Tethys, Enceladus and Mimas -- are captured in this group photo from NASA's Cassini spacecraft.

Three Times the Fun

NASA craft captures a trio of moons amid Saturn’s.: NASA craft captures a trio of moons amid Saturn’s rings

Saturn seen by Cassini spacecraft

Saturn's illuminated majestic rings and the gas giant's shadow are captured during this 2007 Cassini mission photograph

Jets of liquid water stream out of Enceladus, originating from a subsurface ocean. NASA/JPL/SSI

Jets of liquid water stream out of Enceladus, originating from a subsurface ocean. NASA/JPL/SSI


A true-colour photograph of Saturn, taken by Voyager 2 from a distance of 34 million kilometres, shows the moons Rhea and Dione as white dots beneath the planet