Here's a lovely new view of Dione, one of the lovely mid-sized icy moons of Saturn, assembled by Daniel Macháček. Please make sure to click through twice to appreciate its fully detailed glory. The data are about two years old. It takes a lot of work to assemble such a lovely, seamless mosaic, especially in color. Kudos to Daniel!
Longtime readers have seen other products from this set of observations before. I put together a smaller mosaic that included some of Dione plus more of Saturn's ringmoons, but it wasn't in color:
And here's a view from the wide-angle camera, which gathers in Saturn as well, albeit at a lower resolution:
There are so many more equally lovely observations just waiting in the Cassini archives for someone to come along and do the work to assemble them! The data set will keep amateurs (not to mention professionals!) busy for years to come.