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Epimetheus, Prometheus, Saturn and its rings
Befitting moons named for brothers, the moons Prometheus and Epimetheus share a lot in common. Both are small, icy moons that orbit near the main rings of Saturn. But, like most brothers, they also assert their differences: while Epimetheus is relatively round for a small moon, Prometheus is elongated in shape, similar to a lemon.
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Atlas, Pandora, Saturn's rings
Mini Moons
Atlas and rings
Emerging from Darkness
Spokes in Saturn's B ring
Still Active Spokes
Atlas, Prometheus, and Epimetheus with Saturn and its rings (labeled version)
Brother Moons (Labeled)
Atlas, Prometheus, and Epimetheus with Saturn and its rings
Brother Moons
The Cassini spacecraft looks past Saturn's main rings to spy the tiny moon Atlas, which orbits between the main rings and the thin F ring.
Atlas in the Distance
Atlas and Saturn's rings
F-Ring Shadows
Saturn rings, Epimetheus, Janus, Prometheus and Atlas
Moon Quartet
The moon Atlas and Saturn's rings
Speck Between Rings
Saturn's rings and Titan
Cut by Saturn's Shadow
Saturn's tiny moon Atlas and the rings
Lost Among Stars
Saturn's moon Atlas, just below the center of this image, orbits in the Roche Division between the A ring and thin F ring.
Charting Atlas' Path
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