Cassini took this raw image of the 50-mile (81-km) -wide moon Pandora on May 7, 2011. The oval-shaped shepherd moon orbits Saturn just outside the F ring.
Saturn’s long shadow is cast over the central portion of the rings in this image.
Credit: NASA / JPL / Space Science Institute
Any info on the range from which this image was acquired?
That detail wasn’t on this particular raw image tag, but I would assume based on other similar shots that we’re looking at a 2-million-plus km range here.
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