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Rev 162 TMC monitoring, NAC Titan sub-Saturn hemisphere cloud monitoring
titanicrivers
post Mar 10 2012, 08:03 PM
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A nice 'full moon' Titan taken by the NAC on March 9th at 880K km has come down from Cassini. One CL1 CB3 image is cropped and enhanced and compared with NAC images of Titan from 2009 and 2010 from similar distances. The apparent surface changes in Yalaing terra (arrow 'a') are highlighted. Kraken makes a nice appearance in the N polar region.
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