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This is a color image of Saturn taken on August 26, 1990.
Courtesy of NASA/JPL

This is a full color view of Saturn and its rings taken from Voyager 2 on July 21, 1981.
Courtesy of NASA

This is a false-color view of Saturn and its rings taken by the Voyager 1 spacecraft on Oct. 18, 1980.
Courtesy of NASA

This is an image of a storm on Saturn taken by the Hubble Space Telescope.
Courtesy of Reta Beebe (New Mexico State University), D. Gilmore, L. Bergeron (STScI), and NASA

This is a montage of images of Saturn and some of its satellites taken by the Voyager 1 in November 1980.
Courtesy of NASA/JPL

This is an artist rendition of the Cassini spacecraft over Saturn's rings.
Courtesy of David Seal,JPL

This is another false color image of the unlit side of Saturn's rings taken from Voyager 1. B Ring details are clearly see in this image.
Courtesy of NASA/JPL

This is a color enhanced image of Saturn's ring system taken on August 17, 1981.
Courtesy of NASA/JPL

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