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Titan Flyby - (T-19) - Oct. 9, 2006

Titan Flyby - (T-19) - Oct. 9, 2006

Oct. 09, 2006


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Shorefront Propterty, Anyone?
Shorefront Property, Anyone?: This lake is part of a larger image taken by the Cassini radar instrument during a flyby of Saturn's moon Titan on Sept. 23, 2006.
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Cassini's Land of Lakes Tour Continues

Cassini's radar instrument will hunt for more lakes on Saturn's moon Titan, during a flyby on Monday, Oct. 9. After discovering lakes in July, the Cassini team tweaked the spacecraft's viewing geometry to point the radar farther north to search for more lakes.

Titan at a Glance
Titan Flyby
Oct. 9, 2006

Altitude
980 km (609 miles)

Speed
6.0 km/sec (13,400 mph)

Details
+ Mission Description PDF (1.1 MB)

+ Flyby FAQ

+ Titan Image Gallery

+ Saturn's Moons




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