Here you can see two of Saturn's moons, Enceladus and Rhea, above and below the planet's rings, respectively. But what about a third moon, Atlas?
Atlas is a mere 19 miles (30 km) across, compared to Enceladus, which is 313 miles (504 km), and Rhea, 949 miles (1,527 km).
Still don't see Atlas? Here's another hint: It's to the left and slightly up from Rhea, hidden in the gap between rings, appearing as a much smaller dot.
You can see more on the NASA website.