SUMMARY: In this nearly side-view of Saturn's rings, it's possible to see the two ring shepherd moons: Pandora (right) and Prometheus (left). Saturn's F ring extends out to the far right, and contains a large amount of fine, icy material that is probably the size of dust, unlike the B ring which has boulder-sized objects in it. This picture was taken when Cassini was 1.85 million km (1.15 million miles) away from Saturn.

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