With Cassini reentering the ring plane for the upcoming series of icy satellite encounters (crowned with the Iapetus flyby in September), it seems like a good time to open a few threads on the state of imaging coverage of these worlds and post on the new results as they come in. I'll start by picking on Tethys as we haven't seen anything new since December.
This is part of a poster project summarizing global and near-global views of the icy moons. All natural color images here are the work of ugordan with the exception of the first (Mattias Malmer) and the last (CICLOPS).
This will be replaced with an annotated and expanded version as time allows:
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