On March 16, ISS imaged Titan at a distance of 1.93 million kilometers (1.2 million miles). Titan was at high phase angles, allowing for monitoring of the satellite's atmospheric haze layers. The graphic below shows several of the NAC images showing near surface (CB3 CL1) and high (UV1 CL2) atmospheric haze layers. Also highlighted is the approximately 40 deg N haze layer 'gap' or 'notch' discussed in the T 65 and T 66 topics. Images are rotated so North is at top and mapped to both SSS and Celestia grid views of Titan on March 16.
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