A sequence of images taken during the JPL Cassini-Huygens mission Jan 2006 at a mean distance of 1.9 million miles from Epimetheus that follow Epimetheus (72 miles dia) as it passes infront of Titan (3200 miles dia) and Dione (700 miles). Source/more videos- http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/multimedia/videos/videos.cfm?startImage=17&categoryID=17&subCategoryID=52
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