NASA Releases New Images of Saturn
Sticking in space, we've got a new view of the ringed planet in our solar system. Check this out.
NASA released this image of Saturn, taken by its Cassini spacecraft last year. The camera took the picture from more than 1.5 million miles away. The photograph reminds us just how large Saturn is - around ten times the diameter of earth.
Wondering what the little white dot to the lower right of the planet is? That's one of Saturn's moons.
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Images: NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Cassini Solstice Mission, Saturn the Mighty
Website Article: KidsAstronomy.com, Saturn