Saturn - Up Close

Saturn - Up Close
Saturn - Up Close Cassini-Huygens, too close to image a full view of Saturn, took this picture on April 16, 2004 from a distance of 38.5 million kilometers (nearly 24 million miles). Contrast has been enhanced to make features in the atmosphere easier to see. The bright dot to the left of the south pole is Saturn’s moon Mimas. NASA / JPL-Caltech / Space Science Institute

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