Roatsch, Th., Wohlisch, M., Hoffmeister, A., Kersten, E., Neukum, G., Helfenstein, P., and Porco, C. (2008). "Improved High-Resolution Enceladus Coverage after the Flybys in 2008" Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53) Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract P23B-1373.

The Cassini Imaging Science Sub-system (ISS) acquired many high-resolution images (< 1 km/pixel) during two close targeted flybys of Enceladus in March and August 2008. More close flybys are planned this fall. These images gave us the possibility to improve the high-resolution global mosaic of Enceladus. We also could improve some map sheets of the Enceladus atlas. Crater Salih which defines the longitude system of Enceladus was observed with high-resolution during the March flyby. This gave us the possibility to determine the shift of our mosaic com-pared to the definition of the International Astronomical Union (IAU). The global mosaic was shifted 3.5° to the West to be consistent with the IAU definition. The global mosaic and the atlas will be made available to the public through CICLOPS (