CICLOPS: Cassini Imaging Central Laboratory for OPerationS

Enceladus 'E04' Flyby Images

Cassini's closest flyby of the Saturnian moon, Enceladus, has yielded the finest details yet on the surface of this strange and wrinkled orb.

Mar 24, 2005: Sliced-up Craters - Stereo views like this are helpful in interpreting the complex topography of Saturn's intriguing icy moon, Enceladus.
Mar 24, 2005: Transition on Enceladus - This stereo anaglyph of Enceladus shows an area that has undergone a very intriguing – and in places puzzling – sequence of events.
Mar 24, 2005: Stressed-out Enceladus - This high resolution stereo anaglyph of Enceladus shows a region of craters that has been both softened by time and torn apart by tectonic stresses.

Mar 16, 2005: Moon with a Past - The complex history of Enceladus' surface is revealed in great detail in this mosaic of images taken during Cassini's closest encounter with this intriguing icy moon.
Mar 16, 2005: Moon with a Past - The complex history of Enceladus' surface is revealed in great detail in this mosaic of images taken during Cassini's closest encounter with this intriguing icy moon.
Mar 16, 2005: Old and New Again - This false-color Cassini mosaic of Enceladus captures, in a single view, much of the frigid moon's diverse geology.
Mar 16, 2005: Blue Clues - During its very close flyby on March 9, 2005, the Cassini spacecraft captured this false-color view of Enceladus, which shows the wide variety of this icy moon’s geology.
Mar 16, 2005: Deep Color - This false-color, close-up look at Enceladus yields new insight into the different processes that have shaped the moon’s icy surface.
Mar 16, 2005: Painting on the Walls - During its closest flyby of Saturn's wrinkled, icy moon Enceladus, Cassini obtained multi-spectral images of its cratered terrain that have been composited to create this false-color view.
Mar 16, 2005: Cracked Face of Enceladus - The finest details on the surface of Enceladus are revealed in this 30-meter (100 foot)-per-pixel, enhanced-color image taken during Cassini's closest-ever encounter with Enceladus on March 9, 2005.

Mar 9, 2005: Enceladus 'E04' Flyby Raw Preview #15 - This image was taken during Cassini's closest-ever approach to Enceladus on March 9, 2005.
Mar 9, 2005: Enceladus 'E04' Flyby Raw Preview #14 - This image was taken during Cassini's closest-ever approach to Enceladus on March 9, 2005.
Mar 9, 2005: Enceladus 'E04' Flyby Raw Preview #13 - This image was taken during Cassini's closest-ever approach to Enceladus on March 9, 2005.
Mar 9, 2005: Enceladus 'E04' Flyby Raw Preview #12 - This image was taken during Cassini's closest-ever approach to Enceladus on March 9, 2005.
Mar 9, 2005: Enceladus 'E04' Flyby Raw Preview #11 - This image was taken during Cassini's closest-ever approach to Enceladus on March 9, 2005.
Mar 9, 2005: Enceladus 'E04' Flyby Raw Preview #10 - This image was taken during Cassini's closest-ever approach to Enceladus on March 9, 2005.
Mar 9, 2005: Enceladus 'E04' Flyby Raw Preview #9 - This image was taken during Cassini's closest-ever approach to Enceladus on March 9, 2005.
Mar 9, 2005: Enceladus 'E04' Flyby Raw Preview #8 - This image was taken during Cassini's closest-ever approach to Enceladus on March 9, 2005.
Mar 9, 2005: Enceladus 'E04' Flyby Raw Preview #7 - This image was taken during Cassini's closest-ever approach to Enceladus on March 9, 2005.
Mar 9, 2005: Enceladus 'E04' Flyby Raw Preview #6 - This image was taken during Cassini's closest-ever approach to Enceladus on March 9, 2005.
Mar 9, 2005: Enceladus 'E04' Flyby Raw Preview #5 - This image was taken during Cassini's closest-ever approach to Enceladus on March 9, 2005.
Mar 9, 2005: Enceladus 'E04' Flyby Raw Preview #4 - This image was taken during Cassini's closest-ever approach to Enceladus on March 9, 2005.
Mar 9, 2005: Enceladus 'E04' Flyby Raw Preview #3 - This image was taken during Cassini's closest-ever approach to Enceladus on March 9, 2005.
Mar 9, 2005: Enceladus 'E04' Flyby Raw Preview #2 - This image was taken during Cassini's closest-ever approach to Enceladus on March 9, 2005.
Mar 9, 2005: Enceladus 'E04' Flyby Raw Preview #1 - This image was taken during Cassini's closest-ever approach to Enceladus on March 9, 2005.

Mar 8, 2005: Taking a Closer Look at Enceladus - This map of the surface of Enceladus (505 kilometers, 314 miles across) illustrates the regions that will be imaged by Cassini during the spacecraft's second very close flyby of the moon on March 9, 2005.

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