Emily Lakdawalla • December 26, 2006
A couple of weeks ago there were press releases coming out of the American Geophysical Union meeting about the discovery of a "massive mountain range" on Titan.
Emily Lakdawalla • December 13, 2006
Yesterday, the VIMS team released several images from Cassini's "T20" flyby of Titan, which took place on October 20.
Emily Lakdawalla • July 20, 2006
Following immediately on the heels of the release of the "T7" swath to the Planetary Data System, the Cassini RADAR team has delivered more: yesterday they released the entire "T13" swath, acquired in April, to the public.
Emily Lakdawalla • July 17, 2006
Cassini's T7 flyby of Titan occurred on September 7, 2005. They've now released the full swath of RADAR image data to the Planetary Data System; here it is for your enjoyment.
Emily Lakdawalla • June 07, 2006
Today Nature published an article titled "Titan Radar Mapper observations from Cassini's T3 fly-by."
Emily Lakdawalla • May 23, 2006
OK, I finally got a story written about the latest and greatest of the Cassini RADAR data based upon a conversation I had with with Ralph Lorenz late last week.
Emily Lakdawalla • May 19, 2006
Since the last Titan flyby on April 30, the Cassini RADAR team has been releasing quite a large number of pieces of the swath to the Web.
Emily Lakdawalla • October 26, 2005
I've just posted a very brief update on the upcoming Titan flyby, which will be the first to include RADAR imaging across the Huygens landing site.
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