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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
Artist's concept of the E-19 Enceladus flyby
Enceladus 'E-19' Flyby: Completing the Trilogy
Artist's depiction of the E-18 Enceladus flyby
Enceladus 'E-18' Flyby - Destination: Plumes
Artist's depiction of the E-17 Enceladus flyby
Enceladus 'E-17' Flyby: Sampling the Plumes
These images, based on ones obtained by NASA's Cassini spacecraft, show how the pull of Saturn's gravity can deform the surface of Saturn's moon Enceladus in the south polar region crisscrossed by fissures known as 'tiger stripes.'
Stress at Enceladus
Artists concept of a bowl of gold in the place of Saturn and the rings replaced by a rainbow
Happy St. Patrick's Day 2012
Artist's concept of the Titan T-81 flyby
Titan Flyby (T-81): Back to the South
Cassini Top Science Highlights 2011
Cassini Top 10 Science Highlights of 2011
Artist's rendition of Titan T-80 Flyby
Titan Flyby (T-80): A Southern Swing High Over Titan
Cassini Top Images of 2011
Top Images of 2011
Saturn caught in a snow globe
Happy Holidays 2011
Artist's concept of the Titan 'T-79' flyby: Taking Titan's Temperature
Titan Flyby (T-79) -- Dec. 13, 2011
Browse Images
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