Herschel impact crater on Mimas (left). Herschel is 140 kilometers across and 11-12 kilometers deep, one of the deepest in the Solar System!
The rugged cratered highlands of Mimas (right). One of this small icy moon's linear grooves, formed when the moon fractured, crosses in the foreground. The largest craters here are about 35 kilometers across.
Cratered highlands and fractures of Tethys (left). The linear fracture valley is part of the giant Ithaca Chasma fracture system. The largest crater here is 45 kilometers across.
Cratered highlands and scarps of Tethys (right). The band of linear scarps is part of the global Ithaca Chasma fracture network and here is about 125 kilometers across.
Craters and fractures of Dione. The largest crater is 100 kilometers across. (Here color is topography, blues are low, reds are high)