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As the moon Enceladus eclipses its neighbor Mimas, Cassini records a scene possible only around the time of Saturn's approaching equinox.
Eclipsing Mimas
Saturn's moon Enceladus
Shining a Second Light
Enceladus' shadow onto Saturn's atmosphere
A Shadow Amid the Storms
Hidden Activity
The New South and the Old North
The Arabian Connection
Global map of Enceladus
Map of Enceladus - December 2008
Enceladus in Eclipse
Presented here is a complete set of cartographic map sheets from a high-resolution Enceladus atlas, a project of the Cassini Imaging Team.
The Enceladus Atlas (2008)
updated mosaic of the southern hemisphere of Saturn’s moon Enceladus
The Southern Hemisphere of Enceladus
This figure shows a possible history of the south polar terrain on Saturn’s moon Enceladus.
Ancient Terrain on Enceladus
These two side-by-side images compare a 'twisted' sea-floor spreading feature on Earth, known as an Offset Spreading Center (OSC), to a very similar looking twisted break, or axial discontinuity, in the Damascus Sulcus 'tiger stripe' on Saturn’s moon Enceladus.
Enceladus Offset Spreading Center
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