A Rhea flyby and a cloudy Titan with Tethys in color

Over the last few days, the Cassini Saturn orbiter’s raw images website has been bursting with awesome pictures. In the past week, Cassini passed reasonably close to, and imaged, Titan, Mimas, Pallene, Dione, and Rhea. (Pallene is a tiny moon located between the orbits of Mimas and Enceladus). Here, just for fun, is an animation of five wide-angle photos of Rhea. Click to enlarge >Cassini flies past RheaCassini captured these five images of ….

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