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Artist's concept of the June 7, 2012 Titan Flyby (T-84): Radar Maps Titan's Surface
Titan Flyby (T-84): Radar Maps Titan's Surface
Tethys
Line of Craters
Titan
Splitting Titan
Map of Dione
Map of Dione - December 2011
Polar map of Dione
Dione Polar Maps - December 2011
Tethys' surface
Tethys Surface (Raw Image)
Tethys
Tethys in View (Raw Image)
Menthone
Tiny Methone (Raw Image)
Radar uses synthetic aperture radar (SAR, a technique which uses that spacecraft's flight path to simulate a very large radar aperture) to detect changes in small lakes seen on the T-16  and T-19 flybys.
Titan Flyby (T83): Looking at Lakes Again
Saturn and Tethys
Serene Scene
Saturn's rings
Ring Moons' Effects
This raw, unprocessed image was taken by NASA's Cassini spacecraft on May 2, 2012. The camera was pointing toward Dione at approximately 9,434 miles (15,183 kilometers) away.
Bright Bits on Dione (Raw Image)
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