'Satellite Image of Saturn'

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Landscape or Portrait images
(horizontal or vertical)
Square images
Regular 10 x 12
25 x 30
10 x 10
25 x 25
Classical 12 x 16
30 x 40
12 x 12
30 x 30
Luxe 16 x 20
40 x 51
16 x 16
40 x 40
Large 20 x 24
51 x 61
20 x 20
51 x 51
Longe 20 x 30
51 x 76
n/a
Grande XL 30 x 40
76 x 101
30 x 30
76 x 76
Giant 40 x 60
101 x 152
40 x 40
101 x 101

*Note that the resulting image size can differ from the paper size it is printed on, as it will be the maximum fit of the image onto your chosen paper size including a minimum small white border around the image.

Photograph Description

At upper left is the planet’s shadow on its rings. At lower left, just inside the F ring, is the small shepard moon, Prometheus. Saturn’s rings were first observed in 1610, but it was Giovanni Cassini in 1675 who realised that they were many small rings with gaps between them. The rings extend up to 120,700 kilometres from Saturn’s equator and are composed of silica rock, iron oxide and ice particles. This image was taken as part of the Cassini-Huygens mission, which launched in 1997 with the purpose of studying Saturn and its moons. Image taken on 29 October 2004 at a distance of 940,000 kilometres by a narrow angle camera aboard the Cassini orbiter. (Photo by Science Photo Library)

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