In this composition, four of Saturn's moons can be seen within the planet's rings.
Titan hangs in the background of the image. With a diameter of 3,200 miles, it dwarfs the other visible moons. Titan's hazy appearance is due to its nitrogen-rich atmosphere.
The next smaller moon, Dione, takes center stage with its telltale ice cliffs visible as wisps on its surface. Tiny Pandora orbits just beyond the reach of Saturn's rings, on the far right side of the image, while Pan is barely visible, tucked into a gap in the rings on the left side of the image.