Enceladus displays its older and newer terrain
Enceladus is the sixth-largest moon of Saturn. In these images obtained by the Cassini spacecraft, Enceladus dramatically displays the contrast between its older and newer terrain.
Newer surfaces (on the left in the image) have not had time to accumulate craters. But as material sits exposed on the surface, impact scars build up, as in the more heavily cratered area on the top and right.
The views were acquired at a distance of approximately 85,000 miles (137,000 kilometers) from Enceladus.