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Titan Flyby (T83): Looking at Lakes Again



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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
May 22, 2012
 

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. There is some overlap with territory expected to be seen in T-95, which is set to take place in October 2013.

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Credit: NASA/JPL




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