Unlike the ones in the last photographs, the planet's satellites included details from Rhea and Titan.
Photos taken on May 3 were sent to NASA after more than 20 dives by the spacecraft.
The gray lines in the photo consist of dust and deposits around Satan's satanite Titan.
In Saturn, where scientists have shown great interest, the last findings of Cassini can make this thought concrete while looking for signs of extraterrestrial life.
At a press conference on May 4, it was stated that hydrogen discovered on the planet could support chemical energy, which would provide an environment for the formation of microorganisms.
Cassini, who will make his last journey in Saturn on 9 May, will planet from north to south.