A Halo of Moons

A Halo of Moons
A Halo of Moons Saturn wears a halo of four moons in this Wide-Angle Camera image taken by Cassini on August 18, 2004. The satellites visible in this picture are (clockwise from upper left): Tethys, Dione, Enceladus, and Mimas. This portrait was captured in visible red light at a distance of 8.9 million kilometers (5.5 million miles) from the planet. This black and white image was colored blue and gold. To view the original image, go to planetary.org/saturn/halo. NASA / JPL-Caltech / Space Science Institute

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