The Cassini spacecraft successfully completed its only flyby of
Saturn's moon Dione on Oct. 11. In the process, Cassini captured Dione
eclipsing Saturn's moon Rhea. In the picture above, the distance
between Dione and Rhea was roughly 330,000 kilometers (205,000 miles).
Cassini will swoop by Rhea on Nov. 26. Raw images of Dione's cratered
surface are now available.More: NASA - It Takes Two to TangoLink: NASA - Cassini-Huygens Mission to Saturn and Titan