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Imaging Diary - Cassini

 
3/22/06
Where's Saturn?
PIA08139
 
3/15/06
Quick Passage
PIA08135
 
1/20/06
Moons in Perspective
PIA07679
 
1/17/06
Slightly Sideways Saturn
PIA07676
 
12/27/05
Choosing Sides
PIA07661
 

 

 
12/21/05
Small Worlds of Saturn
PIA07657
 
11/28/05
Spray Above Enceladus
PIA07760
 
11/25/05
Herschel Sees the Sun
PIA07639
 
11/15/05
Graceful Lanes of Ice
PIA07631
 
11/4/05
Bright Rings for Southern Skies
PIA07624
 

 

 
10/24/05
Misleading Perspective
PIA07614
 
10/14/05
Rubbing-out the Rings
PIA07608
 
8/22/05
Supreme Beauty
PIA07569
 
8/5/05
A World of Hurt
PIA06256
 
7/29/05
Wind World
PIA07553
 

 

 
7/7/05
Splendid Striations
PIA07537
 
7/4/05
Not Quite Round
PIA07534
 
6/14/05
What's That Speck?
PIA07520
 
6/8/05
Moon Against the Shadows
PIA07515
 
5/31/05
Saturn's Derby
PIA07510
 

 

 
5/17/05
Near the Ringplane
PIA06650
 
5/5/05
Amazing Icy Moons
PIA06642
 
4/20/05
Moons Off the Port Bow
PIA06631
 
3/31/05
Moon Wears a Scar
PIA06617
 
2/24/05
The Greatest Saturn Portrait...Yet
PIA06193
 

 

 
2/23/05
Target Locked!
PIA06591
 
2/18/05
String of Moons?
PIA06588
 
2/16/05
Bound to Saturn
PIA06586
 
2/15/05
Outsider Moon
PIA06585
 
2/10/05
Herschel: Dead-On
PIA06582
 

 

 
1/31/05
Sunstriped Saturn
PIA06574
 
1/7/05
Saturn's Ring Patterns
PIA06556
 
12/30/04
Moon's Influence
PIA06550
 
12/25/04
Cassini's Holiday Greetings
PIA06164
 
12/10/04
From the Dark Side
PIA06529
 

 

 
12/3/04
Outer B Ring Edge
PIA06535
 
11/29/04
Nature's Canvas
PIA06142
 
11/19/04
Dwarfed by Storms
PIA06524
 
10/19/04
Moons and Gaps
PIA06501
 
10/13/04
Rounding the Rings
PIA06497
 

 

 
10/11/04
Eyeing the Culprit
PIA06495
 
9/27/04
Musical Rings
PIA06485
 
9/13/04
Family Portrait
PIA06475
 
9/6/04
A Halo of Moons
PIA05435
 
8/16/04
Cassini Uncovers New Moons
PIA06106
 

 

 
7/26/04
That's No Space Station
PIA05423
 
7/14/04
Moon under Saturn
PIA05416
 
7/1/04
Saturn Rings Processed #2
PIA06093
 
6/29/04
Ringworld Waiting
PIA06077
 
5/13/04
Bands of Clouds and Lace
PIA05391
 

 







Imaging Diary - Voyager

 
10/14/07
Saturn and its satellites Tethys, Enceladus and Mimas
PIA01383
 
10/14/07
Saturn's moon Mimas
PIA01968
 
10/14/07
Mimas - large impact structure
PIA02266
 
10/14/07
Mimas - cratered surface
PIA02267
 
10/14/07
Saturn and Four Icy Moons, Enhanced Color
PIA00349
 

 

 
10/14/07
Saturn and Four Icy Moons in Natural Color
PIA00400
 
10/14/07
Saturn System Montage
PIA01482
 
10/14/07
Saturn taken from Voyager 2
PIA01364
 
10/14/07
Outer edge of Saturn's B-ring
PIA01390
 
10/14/07
Pictures of Tethys' large crater
PIA01385
 

 

 
10/14/07
Collage of Saturn's smaller satellites (PIA01954)
PIA01954
 
10/14/07
Tethys
PIA02276





Newsroom - Press Releases

 
CASSINI FLIES BY SATURN'S TORTURED MOON MIMAS - Aug 5, 2005
 ... FLIES BY SATURN'S TORTURED MOON MIMASOn its recent close flyby of Mimas, the Cassini spacecraft found ... seen in the new images.The new Mimas images are available at http://ciclops.org, ... available ...


 
1980S VIDEO ICON GLOWS ON SATURN MOON - Mar 29, 2010
 ... and images of Saturn's icy moon Mimas obtained by NASA's Cassini spacecraft ... the spotlight, but it turns out Mimas is more bizarre than we thought ... infrared spectrometer, which mapped Mimas' ...


 
CASSINI UNCOVERS GALACTIC BEHAVIOR, EXPLAINS LONG-STANDING PUZZLES IN SATURN'S RINGS - Nov 1, 2010
 ... affected by the gravity of the moon Mimas. This process is commonly believed ... Saturn's rings due to the moon Mimas. Resonances in Saturn's rings ... particles orbits. In the case of the Mimas ...


 
CASSINI IMAGES RING ARCS AMONG SATURN'S MOONS - Sep 5, 2008
 ... gravity of the nearby larger moon Mimas disturbs their orbits. Gravitational ... in Saturn's magnificent rings. Mimas provides a regular gravitational ... orbits due to their resonance with Mimas, ...


 
FROM DARK OBSCURITY... A TINY NEW SATURNIAN MOON COMES TO LIGHT - Jul 19, 2007
 ... moons orbit between much larger Mimas and Enceladus.Moons surrounding ... Methone, is in such a resonance with Mimas and appears to have undergone ... 4 are dynamically locked with Mimas gives us a ...



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Newsroom - Special Events

 
Farewell to Mimas - Mar 14, 2017
 ... close approach to Saturn's moon Mimas on January 30, 2017 ...


 
Mimas and Epimetheus 'Rev 259' Raw Preview - Feb 1, 2017
 ... unprocessed images of Saturn's moons Mimas and Epimetheus during a close ...


 
Methone and Tethys Rev 166 Raw Preview - May 21, 2012
 ... and Anthe, between the orbits of Mimas and Enceladus. The three tiny ...


 
Dione Rev 158 Raw Preview - Dec 12, 2011
 ... moons in some of these views. Mimas appears just beyond the dark side ...


 
Helene, Enceladus, Mimas Rev 144 Raw Preview - Feb 1, 2011
 ... Saturn's moons Helene, Enceladus and Mimas were taken on Jan. 31, 2011. Cassini ... Helene. It also caught a glimpse of Mimas in front of Saturn's rings. In ...


 
A Story of Saturn's Rings - Nov 1, 2010
 ... gravitational influence of Saturn's moon Mimas, mountainous structures along ...


 
Closest Views of Cratered Mimas - Mar 29, 2010
 ... closest flyby of Saturn's moon Mimas generated views of this "Death ...


 
Mimas and Calypso Rev 126 Flyby Raw Preview - Feb 15, 2010
 ... unprocessed images of Saturn's moons Mimas and Calypso were taken on Feb. ...


 
Mimas...Closer Than Ever Before - Aug 5, 2005
 Cassini's closest flyby of Mimas on August 2nd revealed it to be one of the most heavily cratered Saturnian moons, with variations in color across its surface but little if any evidence for internal activity.







Home - Captain's Logs

 
A Story of Saturn's Rings - Nov 1, 2010
 ... orbital gravitational resonance with Mimas known to be responsible for its ... to become trapped in the strong Mimas resonance at the B ring's edge ...


 
The Day the Earth Smiled - Nov 12, 2013
 ... planet, to the upper right,is Mimas ... only a crescent but also casting ...


 
A Year of Splendor - Dec 31, 2008
 ... Anthe and Methone in orbit between Mimas and Enceladus, and eyed the vast ...


 
A Year of Surveillance - Dec 29, 2006
 ... perturbation by the Saturnian moon, Mimas. Finally, additional high resolution ...


 
Preparations for Landing - Jan 11, 2005
 ... wider than the Saturnian moon, Mimas. And feathery black streaks and ...



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Maps

 
9/20/17
The Mimas Atlas
PIA17217
 
6/13/17
Mimas Polar Maps - June 2017
PIA17215
 
6/13/17
Map of Mimas - June 2017
PIA17214
 
11/4/14
Color Maps of Mimas - November 2014
PIA18437
 
11/4/14
Color Maps of Tethys - November 2014
PIA18439
 

 






Artroom

 
7/22/10
Storm Over Mimas
 
1/11/10
Mimas/Tethys Eclipse
 

 

 
12/28/06
Mimas on the Half Shell
 
12/28/06
Mimas
 

 

 
12/30/14
Coasting Above the Rings
 
7/22/10
Saturn Impact
 

 

 
3/10/09
Rhea's Sigh
 
1/18/07
Saturn From Rhea
 

 

 
12/28/06
The Sword of Herschel
 
12/28/06
From Polar Orbit
 

 


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Newsroom - Looking Ahead

 
Rev269-270 - Apr 3, 2017
 


 
Rev261-262 - Jan 27, 2017
 


 
Rev259-260 - Jan 13, 2017
 


 
Rev250 - Nov 9, 2016
 


 
Rev249 - Nov 1, 2016
 








Alliance Member Comments


Mimas' Mountain
NeKto      
2017-01-10 07:01:53

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that impact must have come close to shattering Mimas


Looking Up to the Giant
NeKto      
2015-08-07 05:52:28

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i get a notion of the scale of what a "Full Saturn" must look like from the night sky of Dione, Mimas or Enceladus from this image.


Translucent Rings
rochelimit      
2014-12-20 07:17:21

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Dear Cassini team, first of all, sorry for my bad English. I have 4 questions about Saturn's ring: 1. How old is Saturn's ring? we know that it is formed probably 4 billion years ago, the same time as Saturn's formation, but the ring as we know now (the flat one), when does it formed? 2. Is Saturn's ring relatively stable (shepherd moons help stabilizing it?) or still actively changing and unpredictable? 3. Is it correct to say that Saturn's ring is the nebula for the formation of the Saturnian moons (Mimas, Enceladus)? Couple of months ago, a lump of thick material was observed in the edge of the ring. Where is that lump now? Is it still exist? 4. Among scientists and astronomers, which theory is the most favored about the ring formation? Is it from Saturn's nebula or from a destroyed Moon. Many thanks for the beautiful updates!


Circling Saturn
NeKto      
2014-11-30 09:15:32

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took me a while to spot Mimas. fairly well camouflaged sitting above the clouds. as usual, another breathtaking image. Gosh you folks do good work. (or are you mostly playing and getting paid for it?)


Dione 'Rev 158' Raw Preview #2
Robert      
2011-12-31 21:31:41

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I too feel like I'm there. And in a sense we are through Cassini which was only about 93,000 km from Dione at the time (less than 1/4 of the distance between the Earth and our Moon). By the way, the moon emerging from behind is Mimas (over 610,000 km away from Cassini). In raw image #3, Mimas is just going behind Dione. South is up.


Dione 'Rev 158' Raw Preview #3
Robert      
2011-12-31 21:10:31

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For those who wish to know, the moon behind Dione is Mimas just entering its occulation. It took about 5 minutes to emerge (see raw image #2). South is up.


Dione 'Rev 158' Raw Preview #1
Dragon_of_Luck_Mah_Jonng1971      
2011-12-17 10:07:19

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At the middle of this image there's an impact basin, I suppose. It's looking rather degraded. It has got 2 rings and a central peak, I suppose. It's looking similar to the Odysseus Basin on Tethys and less similar to the Herschel Crater on Mimas, I suppose. At my first glance I didn't notice it and this image looked more boring.


Mimas '12MI' Flyby Raw Preview #3
Dragon_of_Luck_Mah_Jonng1971      
2011-10-23 16:16:39

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wmdewease: It's one third of Mimas' diameter.


Mimas '12MI' Flyby Raw Preview #3
wmdewease      
2011-07-08 10:49:10

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What is the size of the crater compared to the moom Mimas?


Mimas 'Rev 144' Raw Preview #1
Mercury_3488      
2011-02-01 16:42:33

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The Herschel Crater seen in profile to the bottom left paking that part of Mimas appear flat is interesting. I think the summit of the central peak can just about be seen, suggesting to me that the central mountain is taller then the rim. Also the terrain far to rhw east has not been very seen very well, so this is an interesting observation to help understand that area well. Andrew Brown.







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