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The false-color image at right shows spectral mapping of Saturn's A, B and C rings, captured by Cassini's Visible and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (VIMS). It displays an infrared view of the rings rather than an image in visible light. The blue-green areas are the regions with the purest water ice and/or largest grain size (primarily the A and B rings), while the reddish color indicates increasing amounts of non-icy material and/or smaller grain sizes (primarily in the C ring and Cassini Division). June 13, 2019. Image courtesy NASA Jet Propulsion Lab

EYES TO THE SKY: All night planets Saturn, Jupiter. Overnight astronomy holiday

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All summer, Saturn will be visible at least until midnight, before setting in the southwest as the Sun rises in the northeast. Read More