This view from #NASA's #Cassini #spacecraft gazes toward the rings beyond #Saturn's sunlit horizon. Along the limb (the #planet's edge) at left can be seen a thin, detached haze. This #haze vanishes toward the left side of the scene. Cassini will pass through Saturn's upper #atmosphere during the final five orbits of the mission, before making a fateful plunge into Saturn on Sept. 15, 2017. The region through which the spacecraft will fly on those last #orbits is well above the haze seen here, which is in Saturn's #stratosphere. In fact, even when Cassini plunges toward Saturn to meet its fate, contact with the spacecraft is expected to be lost before it reaches the depth of this haze. This view is a false-color composite made using images taken in red, green and #ultraviolet spectral filters. The images were obtained using the Cassini spacecraft narrow-angle camera on July 16, 2017, at a distance of about 777,000 miles (1.25 million kilometers) from Saturn. Image scale is about 4 miles (7 kilometers) per pixel on Saturn.