Enceladus' plumage
Enceladus' plumage Cassini viewed Enceladus from a phase angle of 160 degrees (with the Sun nearly in front of the moon) to catch this glorious view of the moon's night side silhouetted against the E ring as it replenishes the E ring with its geysers. At upper right is the outer edge of Saturn's rings: the A ring and severely overexposed F ring. NASA / JPL-Caltech / SSI / Gordan Ugarkovic

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