From The Planetary Society comes this image of Saturn and its moon, Helene. (Several other magnificent color pictures of Saturnian moons at the link.) You can tell at glance it's a fairly small moon; it's irregularly shaped and has enormous relief compared to its size. Larger bodies with more mass are more strongly effected by gravity and pull themselves into more spherical shapes. A quick check of Wikipedia gives its mean diameter as 17.6 km (11 miles). Though this moon was only discovered in 1980, it was not from a Voyager flyby, but from ground-based observations.
Between Firefox's "upgrade," a plugin called plugin container, which normally lasts all of 10 minutes before it locks up, and Interzone's sinusoidal wi-fi (up again, down again), this has been an extraordinarily irritating week for the web. For the record, I'm glad it's over.Skull Swap Savage Chickens: "The Dangers of Altruism."