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Titan Flyby - Oct. 28, 2005

Titan Flyby - Oct. 28, 2005

Oct. 28, 2005


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Titan Viewed by Cassini's Radar Titan Viewed by Cassini's Radar - Flat Map
The Cassini spacecraft will gaze at Saturn's largest moon, Titan, during an Oct. 28, 2005, flyby. The radar instrument will peer through the moon's hazy layers and provide new clues to the nature of the surface seen by the Huygens probe, which landed on Titan in January 2005.
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Titan at a Glance
Titan Flyby
Oct. 28, 2005

Distance
1,353 km (841 miles)

Speed
5.9 km/sec (13,200 mph)

Details
+ Mission Description PDF (1 MB)

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+ Titan Image Gallery

+ Saturn's Moons



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