At first, it looks like a full moon – but it’s not. We are actually looking at the dark side of the moon. Because of the exposure, it looks like a full moon at first glance. But then you notice the crescent in the bottom left.
By dark side, I meant the night side of the moon, not the far side that we never see.
Related: Hubble’s last portrait of Saturn and its rings
On June 20, 2019, Hubble Space Telescope snapped this portrait of Saturn and rings at its closest approach to Earth.
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