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Titan, Tethys, rings, and ringlit Saturn
Posted 2012/04/10 | 0 comments
On May 22, Cassini saw Tethys passing behind Titan as both appeared close to Saturn. Saturn's limb is actually in the image -- its ringlit northern hemisphere is visible as a curving patch of dark gray on the upper left.
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