Earth can be seen as a point of light between Saturn's icy rings in this photo taken by NASA's Cassini spacecraft.
See Earth and Its Moon From Saturn in Stunning New NASA Photo
Images of Earth and the moon together, taken from various spacecraft, show us what we look like from space.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft, which is currently dipping through Saturn's rings in its final days exploring the planet, captured an image of Earth (and its moon) seen as tiny points of light between Saturn's rings.
Shot from 870 million miles (1.4 billion kilometers) away from Earth on April 12, the view from Saturn puts our water planet into perspective. Though too far away to see in the image, the southern Atlantic ocean faces Saturn in the photographs.
The moon can be seen as a much fainter dot, suspended near the Earth in a zoomed-in version of the image.
Over the years, many other spacecraft have endeavored to capture the otherworldly sight of the Earth and moon together.
Other spacecraft, when pointed toward Earth,