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Saturno visto dalla sonda Cassini.    Credit: NASA/JPL/Carolyn Porco

Post-Equinox Color: The Cassini spacecraft captured this natural color view of Saturn almost a month after the planet's August 2009 equinox. The shadow cast on the planet by the rings remains narrow.

Four moons huddling around Saturn's rings

These are the Most Incredible Photos Shot by NASA's Cassini Probe

APOD: 2008 October 20 - Moons, Rings, and Unexpected Colors on Saturn

A closeup of the comet Hartley 2, visited by the EPOXI spacecraft in 2010. You can see several vents along the middle and end of the comet nucleus. 	Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UMD

Will A Comet Impact Mars in 2014? Actually, It Might. At Least a Little.

A closeup of the comet Hartley visited by the EPOXI spacecraft in You can see several vents along the middle and end of the comet nucleus.

A beautiful crescent Enceladus. (Photo: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute) Mona Evans, "10 Amazing Facts about Saturn's Moons"

The Elegant Grace of a Crescent Moon, but Which One?

A beautiful crescent Enceladus. (Photo: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute) Mona Evans, Amazing Facts about Saturn's Moons"

Saturn's Colorful Rings by NASA/JPL/University of Colorado via wired.com: Images taken during the Cassini spacecraft's orbital insertion on June 30 show definite compositional variation within the rings.  The general pattern is from "dirty" particles indicated by red to cleaner ice particles shown in turquoise in the outer parts of the rings. #Astronomy #Saturn

Space Photo of the Day 2013

Saturn's Beautiful Rings In order to image the rings in such quality the Cassini spacecraft used its Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrograph in resolution some 100 times that of the Voyager 2 spacecraft.

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NASA released on July 19 a photo of Saturn sent from the Cassini spacecraft. The photo of Saturn was shot by camera on the Cassini spacecraft from mln kilometers away on June

Forever changing, the F ring takes on a ladder-like appearance in this recent Cassini spacecraft image. Scientists believe that…

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High Clouds Aloft: A Cassini spacecraft image captures a bright, oblong storm swirling high through the middle latitudes of the southern hemisphere.

Saturn's moon Prometheus casts a shadow on the narrow F ring in this image captured weeks after the planet's August 2009 equinox.

Rev199 (Preview of Cassini Spacecraft Activities Around Saturn)

Rev199 (Preview of Cassini Spacecraft Activities Around Saturn)

On July 19, 2013, in an event celebrated the world over, NASA's Cassini spacecraft slipped into Saturn's shadow and turned to image the planet, seven of its moons, its inner rings -- and, in the background, our home planet, Earth.

Across The Universe: NASA Cassini Spacecraft Provides New View of Satur.

Tethys and Titan - Cassini captured a grayscale animation of Tethys crossing in front of Titan on October 17, 2009. In this version, Gordan Ugarkovic has colored in Titan based on its color as seen in previous Cassini photos. NASA / JPL / SSI / colorization by Gordan Ugarkovic

A reader comment inspired me to dig up an oldie but a goodie: a sequence of photos of the Moon transiting Earth, seen from a very long way away,

Maxwell's Namesake: The Cassini spacecraft examines the Maxwell Gap

The Cassini spacecraft examines the Maxwell Gap—the large, dark division at center—which is surrounded on either side by the broad, isolated and bright ring regions, or "plateaus," of Saturn's outer C ring.

Cassini ISS image of Saturn, rings, and Enceladus.

Cassini ISS image of Saturn, rings, and Enceladus.

Test Your Knowledge of Cassini and Its Grand Mission to Saturn - The New York Times

Test Your Knowledge of Cassini and Its Grand Mission to Saturn

NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has been exploring Saturn for the past 13 years. How much do you know about this robotic explorer and the sixth planet from our sun?

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