Voyager 1 photograph of Saturn & its rings. The image was exposed to bring out detail in the rings, causing the illuminated crescent of the planet to be overexposed. The inner region of the rings, the Cring, scatters less light & has a blue tinge. Next to the Cring is the broad, bright Bring, followed by the dark band of the Cassini Division, & then the bright Aring. The picture was taken on November 13, 1980, after Voyager 1 had passed the planet & was looking back from a range of 1.5 million km.