When I pulled into the driveway on Sunday night, I didn't notice the note at first. I've had a couple dollar bets with my friend, Bob Stocking on two of the University of Michigan basketball games. He is a UofM fan, too, but just wanted to add slightly to the game's interest.
Saturn and its north polar hexagon dwarf Mimas as the moon peeks over the planet's limb. Saturn's A ring also makes an appearance on the far right. Mimas is 246 miles (396 kilometers) across.
The image was taken with the Cassini spacecraft wide-angle camera on Nov. 28, 2012 at a distance of approximately 495,000 miles (797,000 kilometers) from Saturn.