If Saturn wasn't photogenic enough on her lonesome, throw Titan into the mix and success is guaranteed. In this newly-released image, we see just that: a tiny sliver of Saturn, a small section of her rings, with the unassuming silhouette of Titan in the far background.
From this vantage point, this wonderland of a moon looks like a tiny diamond gleaming from the Sun. When, in fact, Titan has a radius of 1,601 miles (2,576 km), which makes it one of the largest moons in our solar system (it's larger than our own moon, for that matter).
The Best Views of Titan: