This is actual footage of an actual journey past Saturn’s moon. This really happened.
This sequence of 12 frames was taken over a span of about 45 minutes on March 12, 2008. In that brief time, Cassini covered almost 25,000 miles in its approach to a flyby encounter with Enceladus. The overexposure and smearing of the images gives a hint of the raw speed involved - 32,211 mph. Shortly after this sequence, at its closest, Casini approached within 32.3 miles of the surface of Enceladus.
Humans are pretty cool.