The Cassini probe has captured the highest resolution images to date of Saturn's moon Dione on a recent flyby on August 17. Cassini captured the images 295 mi. above the surface of Dione. The photography of Dione is a secondary mission for Cassini, with its primary mission being a gravity survey of the moon to determine its internal structure. This was the 5th flyby of Dione for Cassini.
Cassini is scheduled to do a low altitude flyby of Enceladus, another moon of Saturn, which is geologically active, on October 14 and 28 and December 19. After that, other moons of Saturn to be imaged are Daphnis, Telesto, Epimetheus, and Aegaeon.