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First colour view of Titan's surface. Credit: ESA
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Huygens radio signal 'multipath' phenomena. Credit: ESA
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Infrared views of Huygens landing site. Credit: ESA
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The Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (VIMS) on NASA's Cassini spacecraft recorded these infrared images of Titan's northern hemisphere. Image (A) was taken on Dec. 13, 2004; image (B) on Aug. 22, 2005; image (C) on Aug. 21, 2005; and image (D) on Sept. 7, 2005. The images show the reflection of sunlight on Titan's atmosphere at 2.8 microns, which are longer wavelengths than human eyes can detect. The image appears in false color so that the highest reflection appears as a reddish hue. The vast cloud can be seen in all images as a reddish band just north of 50 degrees latitude. The top of the image in panel D also shows a strong reflection off the limb of the planet (also reddish) which is caused by the lighting angle and does not indicate the presence of clouds. (Photo: NASA/JPL/University of Arizona)
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Earth, seen as a pale blue dot from Saturn. Image credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute
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A view of Earth from Voyager 1, at a distance of more than 4 billion miles. Earth is the dot in the middle of the bright streak. Image credit: NASA/JPL
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enceladus
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Titan_Sierras
This composite image shows a massive mountain range running just south of Titan's equator.
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Tectonic_Complex
This image shows two views of an area on Titan riddled by mountain ranges that were probably produced by tectonic forces.
Credit:
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This colorized radar view from Cassini shows lakes on Titan. Color intensity is proportional to how much radar brightness is returned. The colors are not a representation of what the human eye would see. Image credit: NASA/JPL/USGS
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Radar view of lake on Titan. Image credit: NASA/JPL
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An artist impression shows the 'light curve' produced as Titan passes in front of a distant star. Credits: ESA. Image by C.Carreau
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A giant cloud half the size of the United States has been imaged on
Saturn's moon Titan by Cassini's visual and infrared mapping
spectrometer.
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The ice particles ejected from Enceladus form what is known as the E-ring encircling
the planet Saturn. Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute
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Enceladus. Image credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute
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The ice jets of Enceladus send particles streaming into space hundreds of kilometers above the south pole of this spectacularly active moon. Image credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute
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A comparison view of a lake on Titan and Lake Superior.
Credit: NASA/JPL/GSFC
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This image is a portion of a larger view of Titan that features some of
the largest bodies of liquid ever seen. The lake on the far right is
larger than any lake on Earth and could be legitimately called a sea.
Credit: NASA/JPL
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Thiolin formation in Titan's upper atmosphere.

Credit: Southwest Research Institute
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This view of Tethys was taken by Voyager 2 on August 26, 1981. It is the
highest resolution image acquired by the Voyager spacecraft.
Credit: NASA
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This view of Dione captured by Cassini showcases the moon's tortured
complex of bright cliffs.
Credit: NASA
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NASA's Cassini spacecraft entered orbit on June 30, 2004. It is the first spacecraft
to explore the Saturn system of rings and moons from orbit.
Credit: NASA
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This map shows the composition of a portion of Hyperion's surface. Blue shows the
maximum exposure of frozen water, red denotes carbon dioxide ice ("dry ice"),
magenta indicates regions of water plus carbon dioxide, yellow is a mix of carbon
dioxide and an unidentified material.
Credit: NASA/JPL/University of Arizona/Ames/Space Science Institute

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The southern hemisphere of Enceladus, a moon of Saturn. Recent data from the Cassini
spacecraft revealed geyser-like plumes, intense heat flux, and tectonic features
including large fractures that cut across the pole, a ring of ridges (red), and
radial rifts (blue). The origin of these tectonic features and the relation among
the tectonic features, the heat transport, and the plumes is discussed by using a
unified thermo-mechanical model of Enceladus.
Credit: UIUC/ NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute
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This image shows data from the Keck and VLT telescopes. A dark region in
the lower troposphere indicates drizzle over the continent Xanadu.
Credit: UC Berkeley
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Saturn as viewed by NASA´ Cassini spacecraft.
Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute
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This Cassini false-color mosaic shows all synthetic-aperture radar images to date of
Titan's north polar region.
Credit: NASA/JPL/USGS
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Cassini's radar instrument finds lakes in the southern hemisphere of Titan during
the most recent Titan flyby.
Credit: NASA/JPL/USGS
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This map of the south polar region of Saturn's moon Enceladus shows the correlation
between jet sources identified in Cassini imaging data and hot spots on the surface
located by the composite infrared spectrometer instrument.
Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute
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This three-image mosaic is the highest resolution view yet obtained of Enceladus'
north polar region. The view looks southward over cratered plains from high above
the north pole of Enceladus.
Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute
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Heat radiating from the entire length of 150 kilometer (95 mile)-long
fractures is seen in this best-yet heat map of the active south polar
region of Saturn's ice moon Enceladus.
Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute
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New structure, density and composition measurements of Enceladus' water
plume were obtained when the Cassini spacecraft's Ultraviolet Imaging
Spectrograph observed the star zeta Orionis pass behind the plume Oct.
24, 2007, as seen in this animation.
Credit: NASA/JPL
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Enceladus is thought to have an inner rocky core and an outer icy shell with a water ocean between. How far down to this ocean (or whether it still exists) is unknown. Credit: J. Roberts
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In this false-color image of Saturn´ moon Enceladus, taken by a camera aboard NASA´ Cassini spacecraft, geysers of ice particles, water vapor and trace organic compounds can be seen spewing from the moon´ southern polar region. Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute
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Cassini's Imaging Science System took this image of Lacus Ontario in June 2005.
Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute
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A proposed mission to Titan includes a hot air ballon. Image credit: ESA.
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Artist's image depicting a hot air ballon riding along the winds of Titan, floating over a lake of liquid hydrocarbon. Image credit: ESA.
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Banner image for the proposed Titan and Saturn System Mission, or TSSM. Image credit: ESA>
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Huygens probe first color view of the surface of Titan. Credit: ESA
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TitanMansion
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TitanLakesNorth
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SaltyEnceladus
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SaturnTitan
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TitanStorm
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EnceladusImage
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EnceladusRising
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TitanChannels
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SaturnGiantRing
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Iapetus_Cassini
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Dione
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