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Saturn's bright moon Enceladus hovers here, in front of a rings darkened by Saturn's shadow. Enceladus is 505 kilometers (314 miles) across. This view is from less than one degree beneath the ring plane. If seen from directly beneath the rings, the planet's giant shadow would appear as an elongated half-ellipse; the acute viewing angle makes the shadow look more like a strip here. (See
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