CICLOPS has released the image I worked on for over 12 hours on Tuesday. This is a mosaic of 16 images, each with a scale of 1.4 km/pixel, taken Monday by the Cassini ISS instrument. Interesting features are seen through out this area of the surface, like the "islands" within the dark terrain, the chaotic terrain of the bright material, and the two lonely clouds near the south pole. I know, this is the same hemisphere as the last two flybys, but this will be our last trip here for a while so don't take it for granted.
Compare this view with the last global mosaic.