Photo: Earth, viewed from Saturn.
NASA’s Cassini spacecraft captured this image of Saturn’s rings and a distant Earth on July 19. This is only the third time Earth has been captured in a photo from the outer solar system.
Earth is 898 million miles (1.44 billion kilometers) away in this image.
In a magnified portion of the image, Earth’s Moon is visible as well:

Photo: Earth, viewed from Saturn.

NASA’s Cassini spacecraft captured this image of Saturn’s rings and a distant Earth on July 19. This is only the third time Earth has been captured in a photo from the outer solar system.

Earth is 898 million miles (1.44 billion kilometers) away in this image.

In a magnified portion of the image, Earth’s Moon is visible as well:

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    Earth, viewed from Saturn.
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    I don’t believe you. Didn’t Voyager also turn around for a quick pic on its way out? But this is pretty cool too,...
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