I'll post the best raw Enceladus images when they become available.
The Cassini website has the following posted as of 2:12pm PDT:
The Cassini spacecraft conducted its closest flyby yet, coming within 175 kilometers (109 miles) from the surface of Enceladus. Data collected is currently being downloaded. Raw images are expected to appear on this web site at around 10 p.m. PDT.UPDATE: 4:30 pm: The last of the Rhea images are showing up on the JPL raw images page now. Next up, Enceladus...
UPDATE: 4:50 pm: It has begun...
UPDATE: 5:00 pm: CICLOPS has begun post some select raw images from yesterday's flyby. So check out 10 of these at the CICLOPS website. I have put my favorite above. Trust me, it gets better....
UPDATE: 8:40 pm: Most of the NACs should be up soon. here is a list of interesting images thus far:
- Fractures radiating from craters
- Tiger Stripes
- Image I am working on as I type here
- More Tiger Stripes
UPDATE: 09:30 pm: Here are a few more (and Epimetheus):