Cassini beams back dazzling photo album

'Ave that, Ansel Adams

NASA's probe Saturn Cassini has sent back spectacular views from the Solar System's second largest planet.

Titan and Janus. Photo: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute

The above image shows the tiny cratered moon Janus passing in front of Saturn's famous rings. It's dwarfed by whopper of a moon Titan behind, with a thin cresent lit by the Sun. Titan is bigger than inner planet Mercury.

This snap was taken on Tuesday with Cassini's narrow-angle camera.

Cassini recently found evidence of water on another of Saturn's moons.®

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