Raw, uncalibrated images from the Cassini spacecraft in sequence to get an idea of what Cassini photographs as it orbits Saturn. Most of the video is focused on Saturn’s moon, Prometheus, as it orbits the planet. If you look closely, you can see how the moon disturbs Saturn’s F-ring, tugging on the particles with its own gravity and creating a rippling effect.
Cassini only has 1 megapixel black and white cameras. The beautiful high resolution color photographs of Saturn taken by Cassini are stitched and composited here on earth.
This is test footage from the forthcoming film for IMAX theaters "In Saturns's Rings"