It’s a relatively old image, but stunning nevertheless.
NASA made the first photo below, its Sept. 4 “Astronomy Picture of the Day.” Although the photo was from 2006, several media outlets picked it up as a new photo, according to ABC News.
The photo was taken by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft, which was launched in 1997 and has been studying Saturn and its moons since 2004, including dropping a probe that landed on Saturn’s moon Titan.
Below are some photos selected from the tens of thousands Cassini has taken since arriving at Saturn. The mission is planned to continue through 2017.