For this movie, Cassini pointed its cameras toward Dione to witness its distant sibling moon Rhea briefly pass behind in a series of 32 individual frames taken over 17 minutes. Four individual frames from the eclipse are shown at bottom.
Rhea (1,528 kilometers, 949 miles across) is larger than Dione (1,123 kilometers, 698 miles across), but also is farther away as seen here – thus, the two moons appear to be roughly the same angular size.
The view shows principally the anti-Saturn side of Dione, and the Saturn-facing side of far-off Rhea.
Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute