On November 13, 1980, Voyager 1 captured Enceladus and Saturn. These images, processed by Ted Stryk over 35 years later, captured Enceladus' plumes—long before their discovery by the Cassini spacecraft.
NASA / JPL-Caltech / Ted Stryk
Enceladus from Voyager 1 on November 13, 1980
The right side is illuminated by the sun, the left by reflected light from Saturn, and the plume can be seen at the bottom.