Cassini captured this stunning image of the 52-mile-wide Saturn moon that orbits outside the F ring 25,200 miles from Pandora during its closest-ever flyby.
According to NASA the image was captured in green light using Cassini’s narrow-angle camera at a scale of 787 feet (240 meters) per pixel.
Just days ago NASA released another spectacular image from the Cassini data that appeared to show
Saturn’s moon Mimas crashing through its rings, which was an optical illusion.
“There is strong connection between the icy moon and Saturn’s ring, as gravity links them together
and shapes the way both move” NASA said.