You can see, from left to right, the outer portion of the Saturn’s C ring and inner portion of the B ring. The ring system begins from the inside out with the D, C, B and A rings followed by the F, G and E rings.
This image was taken with the Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrograph instrument of Cassini spacecraft, which is capable of resolving the rings to show features up to 97 km (60 miles) across.
Credit: NASA

You can see, from left to right, the outer portion of the Saturn’s C ring and inner portion of the B ring. The ring system begins from the inside out with the D, C, B and A rings followed by the F, G and E rings.

This image was taken with the Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrograph instrument of Cassini spacecraft, which is capable of resolving the rings to show features up to 97 km (60 miles) across.

Credit: NASA

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