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False-color images from NASA's Cassini spacecraft show the development of a hood of high-altitude haze ­- which appears orange in this image -- forming over the south pole of Saturn's moon Titan. These images were obtained on May 22 and June 7, 2012 by the visual and infrared mapping spectrometer in infrared wavelengths.
Winter's Coming
This true color image captured by NASA'S Cassini spacecraft before a distant flyby of Saturn's moon Titan on June 27, 2012, shows a south polar vortex, or a swirling mass of gas around the pole  in the atmosphere of the moon.
Titan's Colorful South Polar Vortex
Ejected material appears bright around some of Dione's craters
Bright Ejecta
Saturn pictured with stars and the rings with stripes - similar to the American flag
Happy Fourth of July 2012
Shadows on a Giant
This artist’s concept shows a possible scenario for the internal structure of Titan, as suggested by data from NASA’s Cassini spacecraft.
Inside Titan
Saturn's Jet in False Colors
Strong Jet in False Colors
Strong jet stream on Saturn's northern hemisphere
Eddy-Powered Jet stream
Saturn, Tethys and Enceladus
Enormous Saturn
Cassini Shining Moment artwork
Cassini Shining Moments
Hazy Ring
The Cassini spacecraft watches Saturn's small moon Epimetheus orbiting beyond the planet's rings.
Epimetheus Beyond Rings
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