Two light sources illuminate Saturn's highly reflective moon Enceladus in this image featuring bright rings. Most of the moon is dimly lit by sunlight reflected off Saturn. However, a thin crescent of the moon is lit by sunlight on the moon's leading hemisphere.

Two light sources illuminate Saturn's highly reflective moon Enceladus in this image featuring bright rings. Most of the moon is dimly lit by sunlight reflected off Saturn. However, a thin crescent of the moon is lit by sunlight on the moon's leading hemisphere.

Enceladus 'E10' Flyby: The Plume's the Thing

During an Enceladus flyby, the Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrograph (UVIS) watched the sun go behind the plume will use the data collected to understand whether there is any nitrogen in the plume material.