Well. Not so fast! lets examine arbelrocks contribution:
The Cassini Camera took that first image. In the specifications of the instrument it says that the range of the color filters it uses spans from 200 nm to 1100 nm. So this image is probably coding not only visible light but also a bit of UV and a huge part of the Near-Infrared band. The Image probably shows some cloud contours because the team has taken the results from the near infrared and has assigned to them a visible color (pushing the visible colors more tightly in the process I assume). For that reason, this is not exactly how Saturn would look like if you where there. Probably SpaceEngine is "more realistic" in that sense that reality itself because cloud structures on Saturn are not so easily visible.
How did you display the images? I tried using [img] but it didn't work