Every day NASA posts a new astronomy-related picture to their site. I am going to bring them to you in case you forget.
Today’s image is a shot of the Earth and the Moon as viewed from Saturn.
Explanation: You are here. Everyone you’ve ever known is here. Every human who has ever lived — is here. Pictured above is the Earth-Moon system as captured by the Cassini mission orbiting Saturn in the outer Solar System. Earth is the brighter and bluer of the two spots near the center, while the Moon is visible to its lower right. Images of Earth from Saturn were taken on Friday. Quickly releasedunprocessed images were released Saturday showing several streaks that are not stars but rather cosmic rays that struck the digital camera while it was taking the image. The above processed image wasreleased earlier today. At nearly the same time, many humans on Earth were snapping their own pictures of Saturn.