Category: saturno

The outermost ring shown here is Saturn&rsqu…

The outermost ring shown here is Saturn’s E ring, the core of which is situated about 149,000 miles (240,000 kilometers) from Saturn. The geysers erupting from the south polar terrain of the moon Enceladus supply the fine icy particles that comprise the E ring; diffraction by sunlight gives the ring its blue color.

Credit: NASA/JPL

This simulated image was constructed from th…

This simulated image was constructed from the measured optical depth profiles of the Cassini Division and ring A. It depicts the observed structure at about 10 kilometers (6 miles) in resolution.

credit: NASA/JPL

Soaring Over Titan: Extraterrestrial Land of…

Soaring Over Titan: Extraterrestrial Land of Lakes

This false-color composite was created with …

This false-color composite was created with images taken during the Cassini spacecraft’s closest flyby of Titan on April 16, 2005.

Credit: NASA/JPL

Dione & Rhea – Enceladus & Tethys …

Dione & Rhea – Enceladus & Tethys

Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute, Processed by Kevin M. Gill

Mimas – January 30 2017

Mimas – January 30 2017

Image credit: NASA/JPL/Kevin M. Gill

Saturn – storm, atmosphere and rings Credit: …

Saturn – storm, atmosphere and rings

Credit: NASA/JPL/SSI/Ian Regan

Saturn, rings and moons seen by the Cassini sp…

Saturn, rings and moons seen by the Cassini spacecraft wow!

Image credit: NASA/JPL (original video)

Saturn observed by space probe Voyager 1 on No…

Saturn observed by space probe Voyager 1 on November 16, 1980

Credit: NASA

Saturn, rings and moons NASA/JPL-Caltech/SSI/…

Saturn, rings and moons

NASA/JPL-Caltech/SSI/Kevin M. Gill