From the producer: Sergio Maria-Fagundez: "This animation of the moon Atlas was created by using 21 raw images (N00251456 - N00251479) on December 2015. All images has been zoomed in. As a result some quality has been lost in the process."
"This is an RGB-composite of Saturn's moon Titan made from raw Cassini images acquired on Jan. 2, 2014. The moon’s south polar vortex can be seen just along the terminator, as well as its cyan-colored upper-level haze layer."
“On July 19, 2013, you waved at Saturn. The Cassini spacecraft was there to snap a photo of not only us, but the Saturn system. Here’s Cassini’s view of Enceladus within Saturn’s E ring on that day. Enceladus is actually feeding Saturn’s E ring."