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8/15/11
Dramatic Helene
PIA12779
 
7/4/11
High-Res Helene
PIA12773
 
6/20/11
Helene 'Rev 149' Raw Preview #4
 
6/20/11
Helene 'Rev 149' Raw Preview #3
 
6/20/11
Helene 'Rev 149' Raw Preview #2
 

 

 
6/20/11
Helene 'Rev 149' Raw Preview #1
 
3/21/11
Flying by Helene
PIA12758
 
2/1/11
Helene 'Rev 144' Raw Preview #2
 
2/1/11
Helene 'Rev 144' Raw Preview #1
 
9/17/10
Catching Helene
PIA12723
 

 

 
6/11/10
Closest View of Helene
PIA12653
 
3/3/10
Helene "Rev 127" Flyby Raw Preview #1
 
3/3/10
Helene "Rev 127" Flyby Raw Preview #3
 
3/3/10
Helene "Rev 127" Flyby Raw Preview #2
 
3/3/10
Helene "Rev 127" Flyby Raw Preview #4
 

 

 
12/29/08
Helene Attends Dione
PIA10544
 
8/28/07
Helene of Troy
PIA09015
 
3/15/07
Helene and Mimas
PIA08897
 
12/29/06
Helene
PIA08335
 
9/15/06
Helene's Close-up
PIA08269
 

 

 
7/21/05
Helene from Afar
PIA07547
 
12/28/09
Splinters of Rings
PIA12514
 
2/2/09
It's Full of Moons!
PIA10569
 
9/19/07
Moons that Share
PIA09731
 
6/28/06
New Moon
PIA08209
 

 

 
4/25/06
The Enceladus Ring
PIA08163
 
12/21/05
Small Worlds of Saturn
PIA07657
 
5/2/05
Dione's Companion
PIA06639
 
4/20/05
Moons Off the Port Bow
PIA06631
 
2/24/05
Telesto: Companion of Tethys
PIA06592
 

 






Newsroom - Press Releases

 
CASSINI FINDS TREASURES AMONG THE RINGS AND SMALL SATELLITES OF SATURN - Feb 24, 2005
 ... in its orbit around a planet. Helene is a previously-known 32-kilometer ...







Newsroom - Special Events

 
Helene Rev 149 Raw Preview - Jun 20, 2011
 ... encounter with Saturn's icy moon Helene, beaming down raw images of the ... 4,330 miles (6,968 kilometers) of Helene's surface. It was the second closest approach to Helene of the entire mission.Cassini ...


 
Helene, Enceladus, Mimas Rev 144 Raw Preview - Feb 1, 2011
 ... unprocessed images of Saturn's moons Helene, Enceladus and Mimas were taken ... 28,000 kilometers (17,398 miles) of Helene. It also caught a glimpse of Mimas ...


 
Helene Rev127 Flyby Raw Preview - Mar 3, 2010
 ... unprocessed images of Saturn's moon Helene were taken on March 3, 2010 ...







Newsroom - Looking Ahead

 
Rev136 - Aug 3, 2010
 


 
Rev135 - Jul 9, 2010
 


 
Rev134 - Jun 25, 2010
 


 
Rev129 - Mar 26, 2010
 


 
Rev128 - Mar 10, 2010
 








Alliance Member Comments


Special Holiday Raw Preview!
ultomatt      
2009-12-29 00:57:54

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Great imagery. Titan is, of course, the jewel of the system, but every single moon has a unique story to tell. I am looking forward to the close flyby's coming up in 2010 of some "lesser" moons, like Mimas on Feb. 17 (not listed as a "close" flyby, but I mention it cause I hope that higher res imagery of Herschel will be possible) Rhea on March 2nd, Helene on March 3rd, Dione April 6th, Enceladus on April 27th & May 18th. The small moons have a lot to reveal at a much finer scale than the global attention at Titan. Don't get me wrong, the focus on Titan was clearly the proper thing to do, but personally I'm a little sad that more flybys of Iapetus weren't possible, but I understand that it is further out and more fuel intensive to get to. My point is, as in the Japanese success at Itokawa, it is clear that small celestial objects have unique data to provide to the ever expanding puzzle that is the solar system.


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