Enceladus is the sixth-largest moon of Saturn. Interesting because it reflects almost all incident solar radiation, its surface assumes the existence of water ice. To build a support network of 796 points (SD 0.5 km) were used 106 images from the SPACECRAFT Cassini, and 12 images Voyager-2. Better image resolution is 62 meters. On the basis of the reference network were the parameters of shapes created orthoimage and elevation map of Enceladus.
Fig. 1. The measurement of tie points in digital photogrammetric system PHOTOMOD software to build a support network of Enceladus
Fig. 2. The cloud of reference points and error ellipses for points
Fig. 3. Using established support network, was built orthoimage of Enceladus
Fig. 4. Hypsometric map of Enceladus. Horizontally held after 0.5 km