This view was captured on April 13th at about 1.8 million kilometers (1.1 million miles) from Saturn. Each pixel is 108 kilometers wide.
Take a closer look. At the top of the image, you can faintly make out the 84-kilometer-wide moon Pandora. The Cassini team's image processors have bumped up the moon's brightness by a factor of three so we can see it easier. Still, it will be a challenge on most monitors. To help your search, download a full-resolution version of this image from NASA's Planetary Photojournal.