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From a distant perspective, the Cassini spacecraft sees hints of the unusual surface of Saturn's moon Enceladus, a moon where new terrain is created around a geologically active south polar region.
Crescent of Changing Terrain
Raw view of Enceladus during the E10 flyby
Enceladus - Raw
A complete set of cartographic map sheets from a high-resolution Enceladus
The Enceladus Atlas (2010)
Two light sources illuminate Saturn's highly reflective moon Enceladus in this image featuring bright rings and the small moon Pandora in the foreground.
Dual Illuminated Enceladus
Saturn's moon Enceladus
Young and Old
Pandora and Enceladus orbit beyond four of the planet's rings
Pair Past the Rings
The northern and southern hemispheres of Enceladus are seen in these polar stereographic maps
Enceladus Polar Maps - February 2010
The northern and southern hemispheres of Enceladus are seen in these polar stereographic maps
Enceladus Polar Maps - February 2010
Global map of Enceladus
Map of Enceladus - February 2010
This mosaic features the highest resolution data yet captured by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft of the leading, or western, hemisphere of Saturn’s moon Enceladus.
New to Old on Enceladus -- Contrast Enhanced
This wide-angle image shows the south polar region of Saturn’s moon Enceladus and outlines the area covered by the high-resolution mosaic combining data from the imaging science subsystem and composite infrared spectrometer aboard NASA’s Cassini spacecraft.
Baghdad Sulcus in Context -- Annotated
In this unique mosaic image combining high-resolution data from the imaging science subsystem and composite infrared spectrometer aboard NASA’s Cassini spacecraft, pockets of heat appear along one of the mysterious fractures in the south polar region of Saturn’s moon Enceladus.
Enceladus' Warm Baghdad Sulcus
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