In Sunshine and Saturnshine
Enceladus also reflects almost all of the light that hits it, as this photo illustrates. Here, the bright rings of Saturn spin in the foreground; Enceladus is behind them.
A sliver of this moon shines brightly from light from the sun, while the rest of the moon appears dimmer, reflecting the sunlight that bounced off of Saturn. The photo was taken about 932,000 miles from Enceladus on February 11, 2010, and has a northern-facing viewpoint of Saturn's rings, which are illuminated by sunlight.
Image: NASA / JPL / SSI