Steve Cotler

Steve Cotler

Pictures of Saturn

NASA’s Cassini spacecraft, orbiting Saturn, has sent back some astounding photographs from a distance of nearly one billion miles. Click here for a couple of dozen that will amaze and intrigue.

The waves in Saturn’s A ring are formed by the gravitational pull of tiny moon Daphnis, the bright dot (only 5 mi in diameter) in the gap just to the left of center.
The waves in Saturn’s A ring are formed by the gravitational pull of tiny moon Daphnis, the bright dot (only 5 miles in diameter) in the ring gap just to the left of center.

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  1. Ladd Biggerstaff says:

    I went to the link. Awesome photos!

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