The changing surface of Saturn’s moon, Enceladus. The surface of Enceladus, especially at the South Pole region, keeps changing due to subsurface geological activity and “water vapor” geysers.
Enceladus – Rediscovered Astronomy | Animation by J.J. Del Mar
Animation: © 2016 J.J. Del Mar
Global Map: Cassini ISS / USGS 2016