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The people behind the taking of this picture are the closest thing we have to gods.

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This view needs to be in the next Star Trek film. Just imagine it on IMAX 3D :ninja:

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Beautiful!

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That is awesome.

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Looks overly fake to me, I prefer the regular views.

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And if Cassini gets axed next year, we wont be seeing these kind of awesome images of our planets :(

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What's new about this picture? It's not a new picture. I've seen it before. Is it higher resolution or something?

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What's new about this picture? It's not a new picture. I've seen it before. Is it higher resolution or something?

 

The image above was taken recently and is more well looked upon because it features Earth, Venus and Mars from Saturn. Cassini has taken other similar images of Saturn in the past, like this one from 2006. Not much of a difference, just a higher resolution of when they stitched it together I guess?

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The image above was taken recently and is more well looked upon because it features Earth, Venus and Mars from Saturn. Cassini has taken other similar images of Saturn in the past, like this one from 2006. Not much of a difference, just a higher resolution of when they stitched it together I guess?

Yeah, that's the one that I was talking about. I guess this one is different if it does contain more planets.

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Looks overly fake to me, I prefer the regular views.

I was thinking the same thing. I thought it was a vectorized image or something.

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