Full image of Saturn
Source: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute/Ian Regan
Published: November 4, 2016

From the Producer: A few technical details: the product consists of 21 frames across 7 footprints, filtered in groups of Red, Green, and Blue. The sequence was captured by Cassini over the course of 90-plus minutes on the morning of October 28th. Only three moons are visible as far as I'm able to ascertain: Epimetheus (just above the right ansa, near Saturn); and Atlas and Prometheus (at the tip of the left ansa). Pan is too faint to be detectable, and Janus must be just out of frame.

We found this stunning image via Ian's Twitter post: https://twitter.com/IanARegan/status/794576612704550912

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