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These false color images show evidence of changing weather patterns in the skies over Titan's southern hemisphere. Cassini's visual and infrared mapping spectrometer took the images during two recent flybys. In the first image (left), taken Oct. 26, 2004, Titan's skies are cloud-free except for a patch of clouds over the south pole near the bottom of the image. In contrast the image at right, taken Dec. 13, 2004, shows extensive patches of clouds formed over temperate latitudes. (Photo: University of Arizona/JPL/NASA)


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