Here is a recent version of the global topographic map of Enceladus I have been working on.
These data were first shown at the March 2008 LPSc, and I am working on updates.
It is in simple cylindrical, so the poles are stretched way out at top and bottom, but the depression
at the south pole is visible along the bottom. also visible are several quasicircular depressions (dark in this rendering)
in equatorial and temperate areas. These are 1 to 1.5 km deep! I cant say more until the paper
we have submitted has been reviewed but will do so then. (The data do not include images acquired
last autumn, sadly, but will soon enough)!