CICLOPS: Cassini Imaging Central Laboratory for OPerationS

Image Releases - In Orbit

(Disclaimer: Cassini images released to the public have not been properly calibrated in any way and should not be used for any scientific purpose.)

SPECIFIC CREDITS

Release Date Product Credit
August 31, 2015Entranced by a TransitImage Preparation: Steve Mullins
Figure Caption: John Weiss
August 24, 2015Dark Side of the Moon EnceladusImage Preparation: Steve Mullins
Figure Caption: John Weiss
August 20, 2015Imminent Approach to Dione 
August 20, 2015Dione: Craters and RingsImage Preparation: Steve Mullins
Figure Caption: steve mullins, Preston Dyches
August 20, 2015Dione with Rings and ShadowsImage Preparation: Steve Mullins
Figure Caption: steve mullins, Preston Dyches
August 20, 2015Departing Dione 
August 20, 2015Dione\'s Impact-Battered Icescape 
August 20, 2015Dione\'s Saturn-lit Surface 
August 20, 2015Cassini\'s Closest Views of Dione I  
August 20, 2015Cassini\'s Closest Views of Dione II 
August 17, 2015Chasms on DioneImage Preparation: Steve Mullins
Figure Caption: John Weiss, Paul Helfenstein
August 10, 2015Darkness DescendingImage Preparation: Steve Mullins
Figure Caption: John Weiss, Andy Ingersoll
August 3, 2015Looking Up to the GiantImage Preparation: Steve Mullins
Figure Caption: John Weiss
July 29, 2015Red "Cat Scratches" on TethysImage Preparation: Heike Rosenberg and Tilmann Denk
Figure Caption: Preston Dyches
July 29, 2015The Colors of Tethys IImage Preparation: Heike Rosenberg and Tilmann Denk
Figure Caption: Preston Dyches
July 29, 2015The Colors of Tethys IIImage Preparation: Heike Rosenberg and Tilmann Denk
Figure Caption: Preston Dyches
July 27, 2015Bright Basin on TethysImage Preparation: Paul Schenk
Figure Caption: Paul Schenk and Preston Dyches
July 20, 2015Mother and DaughterImage Preparation: Steve Mullins
Figure Caption: John Weiss
July 13, 2015Not So TitanicImage Preparation: Steve Mullins
Figure Caption: John Weiss
July 6, 2015Ring SlicerImage Preparation: Steve Mullins
Figure Caption: John Weiss