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Imaging Diary - Cassini

 
9/15/17
A Last Look At Titan
PIA21890
 
8/15/17
Titan 'Rev 288' Raw Preview #1
 
8/11/17
Titan
PIA21625
 
8/11/17
Two Titans
PIA21624
 
6/14/17
Northern Summer on Titan
PIA21615
 

 

 
5/9/17
Titan's Northern Summer Clouds
PIA21610
 
5/9/17
Cloud Bands Streak Across Titan
PIA21450
 
4/24/17
Titan 'Rev 270' Raw Preview #3
 
4/24/17
Titan 'Rev 270' Raw Preview #2
 
4/24/17
Titan 'Rev 270' Raw Preview #1
 

 

 
3/15/17
Titan: Kraken and Ligeia In Sharper Focus
PIA21434
 
11/7/16
Watching Summer Clouds on Titan
PIA21051
 
11/2/15
Dunelands of Titan
PIA18341
 
10/9/15
Titan Polar Maps - June 2015
PIA19657
 
10/9/15
Map of Titan - June 2015
PIA19658
 

 

 
10/5/15
Titan's Accent Mark
PIA18338
 
7/13/15
Not So Titanic
PIA18326
 
1/14/15
10 Years of Unveiling Titan
PIA08365
 
1/14/15
Huygens's Descent to Titan's Surface
 
1/14/15
NASA and ESA Celebrate 10 Years Since Titan Landing
 

 

 
8/12/14
Northern Clouds Return to Titan
PIA18421
 
8/12/14
Clouds Over Ligeia Mare on Titan
PIA18420
 
6/23/14
Subtle Titan
PIA17168
 
5/5/14
Titan's Crescents
PIA17163
 
1/13/14
Titan's Polar Atmosphere
PIA17151
 

 

 
12/26/13
Flying over Titan's Northern Polar Region
PIA17656
 
12/26/13
Titan's North as Seen in RADAR
PIA17655
 
12/12/13
Flying over Titan's Northern Polar Region
PIA17656
 
12/12/13
Titan's North as Seen in RADAR
PIA17655
 
10/23/13
Titan's Northern Lakes: Salt Flats?
PIA17470
 

 

 
10/23/13
Titan's North: The Big Picture
PIA17472
 
8/26/13
Titan's Fancy Collar
PIA17124
 
12/17/12
Spying on Titan
PIA14639
 
10/31/12
Glowing Titan
PIA16177
 
10/15/12
Titan's Varied Atmosphere
PIA14630
 

 

 
9/17/12
Above Titan's South
PIA14626
 
7/10/12
Titan's South Polar Vortex in Motion
PIA14920
 
7/10/12
Titan's Colorful South Polar Vortex
PIA14919
 
5/28/12
Splitting Titan
PIA14610
 
2/13/12
Rhea Before Titan
PIA14595
 

 

 
12/22/11
Titan and Dione
PIA14910
 
12/22/11
Titan Upfront
PIA14909
 
11/28/11
Titan's Kraken Mare
PIA14584
 
10/26/11
Map of Titan - April 2011
PIA14908
 
7/18/11
Above Titan's North
PIA12775
 

 

 
6/27/11
Slicing Before Titan
PIA12772
 
3/17/11
Titanic Deluge
PIA12818
 
3/17/11
Equatorial Titan Clouds
PIA12810
 
3/17/11
Titan's Moving Mid-Latitude Clouds
PIA12813
 
3/17/11
Titan's Northern Polar Clouds
PIA12811
 

 


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Imaging Diary - Voyager

 
10/14/07
Titania - Highest Resolution Voyager Picture
PIA00039
 
10/14/07
Titania High-Resolution Color Composite
PIA00036
 
10/14/07
Uranus moon - Titania
PIA01978
 
10/14/07
Full-disk view of Titania
PIA01979
 
10/14/07
Titan's Brighter Southern Hemisphere
PIA00733
 

 

 
10/14/07
Night side of Titan
PIA01393
 
10/14/07
Titan Haze
PIA01533
 
10/14/07
Titan's Cloud Systems
PIA01532
 
10/14/07
Titan's thick haze layer
PIA02238
 
10/14/07
Titan
PIA02290
 

 

 
10/14/07
Global Color Mosaic of Triton
PIA00317
 
10/14/07
Voyager 2 Launch
PIA01480
 
10/14/07
Uranus, towards the planet's pole of rotation
PIA01360
 
10/14/07
Uranus - family portrait
PIA01975
 
10/14/07
Uranus - Montage of Uranus' five largest satellites
PIA01361
 

 

 
10/14/07
Saturn System Montage
PIA01482





Imaging Diary - Galileo

 
12/24/07
Moon - False Color Mosaic
PIA00129
 
12/24/07
Haze observations near Jupiter's Limb at 60 degrees North
PIA01197
 
12/24/07
Hazes near Jupiter's Limb (60 degrees North, 315 degrees West)
PIA01195
 
12/24/07
Moon Color Visualizations
PIA00075
 
12/24/07
Moon - False Color Mosaic
PIA00132
 

 

 
12/24/07
Moon - False Color Mosaic
PIA00131





Newsroom - Press Releases

 
UA'S CASSINI SCIENTISTS READY FOR FIRST CLOSE TITAN FLYBY - Oct 25, 2004
 ... SCIENTISTS READY FOR FIRST CLOSE TITAN FLYBYThe Cassini spacecraft is ... close encounter with Saturn's moon Titan next Tuesday. University of Arizona ... get its first real glimpse of Titan surface ...


 
CASSINI SEES SEASONAL RAINS TRANSFORM TITAN'S SURFACE - Mar 17, 2011
 ... SEES SEASONAL RAINS TRANSFORM TITAN'S SURFACEAs spring continues to ... on the planet's largest moon, Titan, have brought methane rain to ... current evidence of rain soaking Titan's surface at low ...


 
CASSINI GETS NEW VIEWS OF TITAN'S LAND OF LAKES - Oct 23, 2013
 ... 2013CASSINI GETS NEW VIEWS OF TITAN'S LAND OF LAKESWith the sun now ... the north pole of Saturn's moon Titan, a little luck with the weather, ... seas and lakes that reside near Titan's north pole. ...


 
CASSINI IMAGES DISCOVER A WINDY, WAVY TITAN ATMOSPHERE - Mar 9, 2005
 ... IMAGES DISCOVER A WINDY, WAVY TITAN ATMOSPHEREThe dynamic atmosphere ... Saturn's haze-enshrouded moon Titan is revealed in the first Cassini Imaging Team report on Titan, to appear in the March 10 ...


 
CASSINI HALLOWEEN TREAT: TITAN GLOWS IN THE DARK. - Oct 31, 2012
 ... 31, 2012CASSINI HALLOWEEN TREAT: TITAN GLOWS IN THE DARKA literal shot ... an image of a visible glow from Titan, emanating not just from the top of Titan's atmosphere, but also-surprisingly-from ...








Newsroom - Special Events

 
Saturn and Titan 'Rev 288' Raw Preview - Aug 15, 2017
 These raw, unprocessed images of Saturn and Titan were taken on August 11th and 12th, 2017 and received on Earth August 12th and 13th, 2017.


 
Northern Summer on Titan - Jun 14, 2017
 NASA's Cassini spacecraft sees bright methane clouds drifting in the summer skies of Saturn's moon Titan, along with dark hydrocarbon lakes and seas clustered around the north pole.


 
Titan's Summer Clouds - May 9, 2017
 As summer approaches in Titan's northern hemisphere, NASA's Cassini spacecraft has been monitoring Titan, anticipating an increase in cloud activity at high northern latitudes.


 
Titan 'Rev 270' Raw Preview - Apr 24, 2017
 ... brush with Saturn's hazy moon Titan and is now beginning its final ... These raw, unprocessed images of Titan, were taken on April 22, 2017. ...


 
Titan: Kraken and Ligeia In Sharper Focus - Mar 15, 2017
 Cassini captured this mosaic of images showing the northern lakes and seas of Saturn's moon Titan on Feb. 17, 2017. The mission's final close Titan flyby is planned for April 22.


 
Watching Summer Clouds on Titan - Nov 7, 2016
 NASA's Cassini spacecraft watched clouds of methane moving across the far northern regions of Saturn's largest moon, Titan, on Oct. 29th and 30, 2016.


 
Return to Rhea - Mar 30, 2015
 ... encounters with moons other than Titan. (Image Advisory can be found ...


 
NASA and ESA Celebrate 10 Years Since Titan Landing - Jan 14, 2015
 Looking back at an historic lankmark event: the landing of the Huygens probe on a moon in the outer solar system.


 
Cassini Tracks Clouds Developing Over a Titan Sea - Aug 12, 2014
 ... hydrocarbon seas of Saturn's moon Titan. This renewed weather activity, ...


 
Cassini Sights Titan's Northern Land of Lakes - Oct 23, 2013
 ... seas and lakes that are found in Titan's north polar region have finally ... how the lakes formed and about Titan's Earth-like "hydrologic" cycle, ...



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Home - Captain's Logs

 
The Wetlands of Titan - Mar 15, 2007
 ... over the north polar region of Titan. What we have found is an explorer's ... over time, has rained down from Titan's dark and hazy skies onto the ... by our cameras as we flew over Titan's northern ...


 
The Veils of Titan - May 6, 2004
 ... the surface of the fabled world, Titan, Saturn's largest moon and the ... remarkable journey we can only imagine.Titan has long intrigued those who watch ... does on Earth, methane does on Titan. The ...


 
Land of Lakes? - Jun 28, 2005
 ... away from a year in orbit and Titan, the body fantastic of Saturn, ... through the dim hazy atmosphere of Titan and came to permanent rest on ... cold, dark equatorial plains of Titan is already the ...


 
Iapetus Up Ahead - Dec 30, 2004
 ... brought us another low flyby over Titan's Xanadu region and even closer ... hovering at southern mid-latitudes in Titan's troposphere, and this time a ... region. Though clouds are sparse, Titan's ...


 
Preparations for Landing - Jan 11, 2005
 ... known.Now, we are once again bound for Titan, following 43,000 kilometers behind ... moment racing silently towards Titan at a swift 7 kilometers per sec, ... before the mother ship reaches Titan. ...



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Maps

 
10/9/15
Titan Polar Maps - June 2015
PIA19657
 
10/9/15
Map of Titan - June 2015
PIA19658





Artroom

 
7/20/16
Titan’s Shores
 
3/1/16
Exploring Titan
 

 

 
6/24/14
Brendan on Titan
 
9/9/13
Titan Under the Vortex
 

 

 
9/9/13
Squall On Titan
 
9/9/13
A Titan River
 

 

 
9/9/13
Titan Delta
 
3/22/11
Rain on Titan
 

 

 
10/4/10
Seasons of Titan
 
6/23/10
Titan Blimp
 

 


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Newsroom - Looking Ahead

 
Rev 291-293 - Aug 16, 2017
 


 
Rev 289-290 - Aug 3, 2017
 


 
Rev 287-288 - Jul 27, 2017
 


 
Rev 285-286 - Jul 8, 2017
 


 
Rev 283-284 - Jun 25, 2017
 








Alliance Member Comments


Spying on Titan
JKoulouris      
2013-01-09 13:30:42

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J.R.R. TOLKIENS' "LORD OF THE RINGS" join FRANK HERBERTS' "DUNE" on the SURFACE of TITAN - The International Astronomical Union and Working Group for Planetary System Nomenclature (IAU / WGPSN) have Officially Adopted the Names of Mountains and Peaks from J.R.R. Tolkien's fictional fantasy novels for the Official Naming of Mountains and Peaks (MONS and MONTES)on the Surface of Saturns' Major Moon TITAN. You can Access the Official IAU/WGPSN Press Release (published on: November 12, 2012), and a Map of the Surface of TITAN showing TITAN Officially Adopted Surface Feature Nomenclature from the IAU/USGS Astrogeology / Planetary Gazetteer WebSite at; IAU/WGPSN/USGS Official Press Release; http://astrogeology.usgs.gov/HotTopics/index.php?/archives/463-Eight-New-Names-for-Titan-Surface-Features.html Map of the Surface of TITAN with IAU/WGPSN Officially Adopted Nomenclature; http://planetarynames.wr.usgs.gov/images/Titan_comp_VIMSimage.pdf Best Regards to CAROLYN, the CICLOPS CASSINI IMAGING TEAM and their Colleagues, as Well as the Members of the IAU / WGPSN, USGS Astro Branch, JPL/CIT, NASA, the European Space Agency, and all our Sector 6 Members and CICLOPS Participants. John Koulouris, (Esq.) Planetary Cartographer / Author ASTEREION - ORION Project Laval, Canada.


Tiny Tethys
NeKto      
2012-11-27 07:58:54

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Heck, Tethys is dwarfed by one circular cloud formation in the southern hemisphere. i can just imagine if we had a storm with a larger diameter than our moon. on Saturn, a storm with a diameter larger than Titan might be just medium sized. what a system!


Glowing Titan
NeKto      
2012-11-17 06:47:11

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Well look at that. light from some atmospheric phenomenon at 1000 kilometers. and some sources claim the atmosphere on Titan is less than a third that deep. i have always been impressed with the gas envelope that moon holds. even more so now. it looks like it has quite the ionosphere way up there.


Titan's Varied Atmosphere
NeKto      
2012-10-18 08:52:07

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i remember being taught that objects as cold as Titan would be too cold to display much in the way of weather. not enough heat to stir things up. yeah right. what a great image. looks like a lot of weather up there to me.


Above Titan's South
NeKto      
2012-09-17 11:16:09

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the only bodies we know that have deeper atmospheres than Titan do not have solid surfaces. i think that may have something to do with why this atmosphere is so much fun to watch.


Colorful Colossuses and Changing Hues
Red_dragon      
2012-08-30 02:31:58

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Another amazing picture; as you comment, it's fun to compare Saturn's look of the northern & southern hemispheres in this image with the aspect they had on earlier images you released. As a side note, having started to read Stephen Baxter's "Titan". Highly suggested.


A Ring of Color
Red_dragon      
2012-08-30 02:24:19

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Another great image of a crescent Titan with the plus of that vortex; as a side note, the Photojournal image (http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalog/PIA14924) seems to be corrupted or something.


A Ring of Color
NeKto      
2012-08-29 20:57:14

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another serious WOW image! what an atmosphere. So what was the sun spacecraft Titan angle on this one? i looked for that information in the text. was disappointed not to find it. looks like old Sol is hiding a little closer to the north pole, or maybe not even behind Titan. just out of frame to the north perhaps?


Map of Titan - April 2011
NeKto      
2012-07-26 08:11:55

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Hello Weasel. If I recall, that round structure is believed to be an impact crater. the only visible evidence of impact on Titan, so far. if i am not mistaken, clouds do not show up at the wave lengths where these images are taken. you are dead right about this being a wonderful mosaic.


Hazy Ring
HUGO       
2012-06-24 15:25:35

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ALIEN AN IMAGE OF TITAN , A WORLD OF LIQUID METHANE , WHERE THE DUNES MEANDER ALONG TITAN OF ECUADOR WHERE WINDS OF ADRESS CHANGE EVERY 29 YEARS , A WORLD APART .....







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