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The Cassini spacecraft has sent back rare photos of Earth as seen from its orbit around Saturn.
The Cassini-Huygens mission is loaded with an array of powerful instruments and cameras that study important elements of the vast Saturnian system.
While recording ion and neutral mass spectrometer readings from Enceladus' south pole, NASA's Cassini orbiter passes within just 46 miles of the moon, capturing some astounding photos in the process.
Cassini orbiter gets a mission extension through September 2010, tasked with exploring Saturn's rings and moons during the Saturnian equinox.
An earlier version of this image gallery misspelled the name of the Cassini spacecraft and misstated where in space the images were taken. This is only the third time ever that Earth has been imaged from the outer solar system. It has also been clarified that the Cassini-Huygens mission is a cooperative project of NASA, the European Space Agency, and the Italian Space Agency.
The Cassini spacecraft detects propylene, a chemical used to make everything from plastic bags to lab equipment, on Saturn's moon Titan.
Another notch in Cassini's belt, this mosaic is from high above the ringed planet.
NASA releases a collage of people around the world waving to the Cassini spacecraft as it took pictures of Earth through Saturn's rings.
Headlines described the sighting of waves on Titan this week, but it's really still smooth sailing on the impressively deep lakes of the Earth-ish moon.