For comparison: two small moons of Saturn, both embedded in the planet's rings. The one above is Pandora. It's strangely smooth. Where are all the little craters you'd expect? Maybe the surface is relatively young, but how could that be?
Here's the other one: Hyperion. Wow! Could two moons be more different?
Just to fill out the post: here's (above) the view from Jupiter's South Pole. Where are the bands?
Above, the surface of Comet 67p., seen from 16 kilometers away.