The photos were captured by the international Cassini spacecraft during a flyby over the weekend.
They reveal new views of the moon Rhea and bring the side of the moon that faces away from the planet into sharper focus.
The observations included two large impact basins as well as a crater, which is one of the youngest surface features on Rhea.
Cassini was funded by NASA and the European and Italian space agencies and was launched in 1997. It reached Saturn in 2004 and has been studying the ringed planet and its moons ever since.
With files from The Associated Press