The Many Moons of Saturn

NASA's Cassini probe flies by a Saturn moon.

Setting Your Sights on Saturn

Setting Your Sights on Saturn
Setting Your Sights on Saturn
Setting Your Sights on Saturn
Setting Your Sights on Saturn
Setting Your Sights on Saturn
Setting Your Sights on Saturn
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Scientists have gotten a never-before-seen look at the elusive planet Saturn thanks to NASA's Cassini. The spacecraft has been orbiting the planet since 2004, and has now moved into an orbit that takes it high over Saturn's poles. In this one, the planet itself is blacked out so scientists can get a clearer view of Saturn's rings. (NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute)
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