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Titan Flyby - (T-13) - Apr. 30, 2006

Titan Flyby - (T-13) - Apr. 30, 2006

Apr. 30, 2006


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Titan (T13) Viewed by Cassini's Radar
This set of images shows the areas mapped so far on Saturn's moon Titan by the Cassini radar mapper using its synthetic aperture radar imaging mode.
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Cassini to Fly by Smog-Cloaked Titan

Cassini's powerful radar, which can see through Titan's many haze layers, will image across an optically-bright, continent-size region of Titan known as Xanadu on April 30, 2006.

It is unclear whether Xanadu is a mountain range, giant basin, smooth plain, or a combination of all three.

Titan at a Glance
Titan Flyby
Apr. 30, 2006

Altitude
1,855 km (1,153 miles)

Speed
6.0 km/sec (13,200 mph)

Details
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