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VIMS clouds Titan


Left: T43 flyby of Titan, 12 May 2008 -- VIMS images a large cloud that caps the north pole of Titan (yellowish tones). Right: T63 flyby of Titan, 12 December 2009 -- VIMS still observes a huge cloud system at 40 degrees S (yellowish tones) and the north pole of Titan free of clouds, a few months after the equinox. Credit: NASA/JPL/University of Arizona/University of Nantes/ University of Paris Diderot

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