NASA's Cassini spacecraft took six images on May 6, 2012, to give us this natural-color portrait of Saturn.
Cassini took the pictures from about 483,000 miles away from Saturn's moon, Titan.
The wide-angle view captures Titan passing in front of Saturn, as well as the planet's changing colors.
The pictures also show the changing seasons of Saturn. Eight years ago, Saturn's northern winter hemisphere was an azure blue. Now that winter is encroaching on the planet's southern hemisphere and summer on the north, the color scheme is reversing: blue is tinting the southern atmosphere and is fading from the north.
Image: An image provided by NASA shows Saturn's largest moon Titan passing in front of the giant planet in an image made by NASA's Cassini spacecraft. The natural color view of Saturn and one of it's moons was made by Cassini's wide-angle camera on May 6, 2012 and released by NASA on Wednesday Aug. 29, 2012.
Text: Sify News Desk/ NASA