NASA's Cassini spacecraft is currently hanging out in the vicinity of Saturn, where it just captured these new and rare images of the gas giant, the Earth, and our moon all in one family photo. From 900 million miles away the Earth is nothing but a tiny speck of light, about one pixel high and dwarfed by Saturn's massive rings. And moon is not much bigger. The picture has to be magnified quite a bit for you to even distinguish them, but they are both there, in a rare chance to actually see ourselves from such an enormous distance. Normally, the sun's light blocks out Earth from that distance, but Cassini's position behind Saturn allowed the inner planet to be seen.
One of Cassini's projects is to make a "mosaic" image of the entire planetary system, including Saturn's rings and many moons, and to track changes in the rings over time. That 33-image mosaic will be released later.
For more images, including computer wallpaper-sized downloads, go to NASA.gov.