Presently, the Cassini orbiter is still circling Saturn. The Saturnian season is now nearly the same as it was in when Voyager 1 flew through the Saturnian system. In fact, the three spacecraft that flew by each other did so roughly once a year, one after the other. Pioneer 11 flew by in September, 1979, just before a ring plane crossing (and looking at the unlit side of the rings). Voyager 1 flew by in November 1980. Voyager 2 flew by in August, 1981. Thanks to the greater tilt of the rings relative to the sun, they appear noticeably brighter than they did for Voyager 1. Here is a sequence, showing the planet as it appeared to each spacecraft on approach to the planet.
Processed Images Copyright Ted Stryk, Pioneer Data Courtesy NASA/Ames, Raw Voyager Data Courtesy NASA/JPL