This false-colour view from the international Cassini spacecraft gazes toward the rings beyond Saturn's sunlit horizon. Along the planet’s limb at left a thin, detached haze can be seen.
This view is a false-colour composite made using images taken through red, green and ultraviolet filters. The images were obtained with the narrow-angle camera on 16 July 2017, some 1.25 million km from Saturn. Image scale is about 7 km/pixel on Saturn.
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