This is a view of Saturn partially lit in crescent phase, a view that can only be seen when the object is between the observer and the Sun. From the Earth, we can only see Mercury and Venus in varying crescent phases and Mars and the other outer planets fully lit. Because the Moon can be either between the Earth and the Sun or farther away, we see it go through all the phases from New to Full to New again.
This picture of Saturn was made by the Cassini spacecraft.
As the data download from New Horizons proceeds, we should soon have pictures from an similar point of view of the Kuiper Belt Object Ultima Thule.
Image Credit: NASA