The Cassini satellite has been transmitting images back to Earth for some time. One of the latest images is this captivating shot of Titan, one of Saturn’s many moons, with Saturn’s own rings as a backdrop:
Believe it or not, this image shows us three of Saturn’s moons. Of course you have Titan being front and center, but if you look closely at the extreme right edge of the image, that small black dot below Saturn’s ring band is Enceladus. Pandora is also in this image, but because of the scaling (31 miles-per-pixel) of the image, Pandora is but one pixel large. To make it easier on you, I’ve circled it’s location.