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As regular readers know, I adore the Astronomy Picture of the Day site, and I have it as the homepage of my browser so I see every picture. This was yesterday’s, a shot taken from the Cassini spacecraft while in Saturn’s shadow, looking back towards the eclipsed sun and clearly showing the outermost E-ring, formed from ice-crystals that come from the newly discovered ice-fountains of one of Saturn’s moons.
See that pale dot to the left just above the very bright main rings? That’s Earth.