The latest article is available Rev144 .
Lots to look forward to for icy moon/rocks fans (Mimas, Enceladus, Helene and Rhea)
I notice that there's a planned search for Mimas Lagrangians too, with constraints on the size of any putative co-orbitals being <50 metres if nothing's spotted in the two observations. My intuition (nothing more) is that it's unlikely anything will be found - I'd like to be wrong though...
I hope the Helene observations go as planned (closest-approach is ~28,000km) various reasons have conspired to cause the pointing to be a little off in two of the preceding obs.
Helene gets another very close flyby in June this year at ~7000km. I wonder if they'll have another crack with the 'skeet-shooting' technique during that encounter?