NASA, ESA, and E. Karkoschka (U. of Arizona)
The Hubble Space Telescope was more than 1 billion miles away
from Saturn when it took this image. The dark band in the ring system is actually a large gap between the rings called the Cassini division. The colors in the Hubble view are what you would see if you could travel to the planet. The bright icy particles that make up the rings make them appear white.