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Moons > Mimas
Trailing Hemisphere Craters
Mimas' Bulging Middle
Highlighting Herschel
As the moon Enceladus eclipses its neighbor Mimas, Cassini records a scene possible only around the time of Saturn's approaching equinox.
Eclipsing Mimas
Part of the shadow of Saturn's moon Mimas appears as if it has been woven through the planet's rings in this unusual series of images from Cassini.
Weaving a Shadow
Mimas' shadow traverses the sunlit side of Saturn's rings in this movie and mosaic
A Shadow's Traverse
The shadow of Saturn's moon Mimas dips onto the planet's rings
Across Resplendent Rings
The shadow of the moon Mimas has just slipped off Saturn's rings and onto the planet in this Cassini spacecraft image.
From Rings to Planet
Mimas, Tethys, Rhea, Pandora and Saturn's rings
Reciprocating Rings
The shadow of the moon Mimas and Saturn's A and F rings
Ring-spanning Shadow
The transition from light to dark takes place on two fronts in this image of Mimas.
Twice the Terminators
Saturn's rings and moons
It's Full of Moons!
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