This strange picture shows Enceladus, a moon of Saturn. You can see part of the moon in the upper right part of this picture. It looks like a crescent. The colorful stuff in the lower left part of the picture is a spray of ice above the moon. Scientists think Enceladus has geysers on it, like "Old Faithful" in Yellowstone Park. The geysers on Enceladus probably spray out cold water or ice crystals instead of hot water. The geysers are near the moon's South Pole. The South Pole is along the lower left part of the moon in this picture. If you could see the spray of ice crystals with your eyes, it would look white or light gray. Scientists added the colors to this picture to make it easier to see details.
Image courtesy NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute.