There's more beauty to Saturn than just its rings.
NASA's Cassini Spacecraft never ceases to amaze, this time giving us this astounding shot of the outer edge of Saturn's rings and four of the planet's moons. Believe it or not, there are actually 4 of the planet's 60 moons in this image, the largest two clearly visible in the forefront (Dione) and background (Titan), a small one seemingly extending from the tip of the rings (Pandora), and the last one (Pan) buried within the rings themselves.
You can just make out Pan in the space between Saturns rings while Titan, which is the second-largest moon in the solar system, looks like a planet unto itself in the background especially with it's hazy atmosphere. The image itself was taken on September 17, 2011 and was uploaded by NASA in late October.
Cassini has captured many faces of Saturn and its satellites over the years. The spacecraft also sent back this stunning image from the shadow of the planet, creating a photo that's hard to believe is real.