Cassini images of Saturn are generally oriented so that Saturn appears north up, but the spacecraft views the planet from all sorts of angles. Here, Saturn seems to sit askew as the tiny moon Dione looks on from lower left. The terminator, which separates night from day, is also tilted because the planet is nearing its northern summer solstice. As a result, the planet’s northern pole is in sunlight all throughout Saturn’s day.
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