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Since settling into orbit around Saturn in 2004, the Cassini spacecraft has revealed much about the planet's illusive night side, surface storms, and rings. Since Cassini's visible-light cameras offer only 1-megapixel resolution, these large photographs — collected in the book Saturn: A New View — had to be stitched together as mosaics by artist and designer Laura Lovett and NASA imaging specialist Jeff Cuzzi.

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