I caught this over at APOD, and simply had to share with everybody... here's a composite picture of Saturn, spectrally condensed (UV and IR have been shoved down into visible light ranges) that was taken by Cassini-Huygens from behind Saturn. It looks, in Sandra's words, "drawn." Not photographed. Not "real." I guess the universe is like that, throwing beauty and form and spectacle around and putting mere human artists to shame. There's a new ring to be seen there, along with fantastic plays of light and shadow. The best part, though? Earth is visible in this picture. Be nice to everyone you see. We all live very, very close together on that pale blue dot.