<p>Saturn and its moon Titan are similarly veiled in haze in this image snapped by the Cassini spacecraft from 1.4 million miles away. But the two couldn’t be more different. Saturn is all gas; Titan’s gaseous atmosphere coats a solid, icy body.</p>

Hazy View

Saturn and its moon Titan are similarly veiled in haze in this image snapped by the Cassini spacecraft from 1.4 million miles away. But the two couldn’t be more different. Saturn is all gas; Titan’s gaseous atmosphere coats a solid, icy body.

Photograph by NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute

Week's Best Space Pictures: A Blood Moon Rises and Stars are Born

The Phoenix galaxy cluster has cavities, and the surface of Ceres shows its true colors.

Feed your need for heavenly views of the universe with our pick of the most awe-inspiring space pictures. This week, Titan and Saturn show their fuzzy faces, signs of liquid water streak down Martian slopes, and a super blood moon looms over the Washington Monument.

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