NASA’s Cassini spacecraft used it’s wide-angle camera to capture this amazing image of Saturn and it’s moon, Tethys.
The view looks toward the sunlit side of the rings at a distance of approximately 1.6 million miles (2.6 million kilometers) from Saturn. Tethys can be seen on Saturn’s lower right.
Saturn is huge. It can hold more than 760 Earths, and is more massive than any other planet except Jupiter, roughly 95 times Earth’s mass.