Cassini, doing what Cassini does. Taking beautiful pictures. Reporting back.
Beware! Chasms upon Saturn IV, daring you to embark on your fatal, final journey.
Hell of a picture right hurr, taken by Cassini. Check out a close-up of Saturn’s moon Dione, with all sorts of interesting things happening in the back ground.
Man, Cassini keeps paying dividends. According to a new report published in a fancy pants science thing journal, the spacecraft has detected oxygen around Dione.
Saturn has sixty-two moons. Jesus Christ, I’m getting envious. Captured by Cassini in this picture is two of said moons, Rhea and Dione. The image is a work of perspective porn, giving you a glimpse at Rhea’s Southern Pole, and a Dione that appears to be balancing on Saturn’s rings.