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Titan Flyby (T-77) - June 20, 2011

Titan Flyby (T-77) - June 20, 2011

Jun. 20, 2011

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Titan (T17) Viewed by Cassini's Radar
  This portion of a larger image shows one of only three impact craters confirmed on Titan as of February 2007.
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T-77: A Long Dry Spell

During this Titan flyby, the Radar instrument collects data before, during and after the spacecraft's closest approach. The return of altimetry data over Xanadu and the Xanadu/Shangri-La boundary should help in the determination of the moon's global shape. Also, the instrument captured synthetic aperture radar (SAR) views of northern Xanadu and Fensal, and stereo imaging of the impact crater Ksa. In addition, Scatterometry studies, which can reveal surface details, may uncover new surprises.

Titan Flyby at a Glance
Titan Flyby
June 20, 2011

1,359 kilometers (844 miles)

5.9 km/sec (13,000 mph)


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