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Val Klavans

Val Klavans

Val Klavans has a Bachelor of Science degree in astronomy from the University of Maryland and interned at NASA Goddard with the Cassini mission. She is currently working with the upcoming film "In Saturn's Rings" and is doing volunteer public outreach focusing on Titan and the latest from the Cassini mission on:, and

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Above and below Titan's atmosphere

Above and below Titan's atmosphere

Posted 2013/07/22 | 0 comments

On the left is a true color image of Titan. The moon's north polar hood is visible in this view. The image on the right is a representation of what it would look like if you could see past Titan's atmosphere and down to its surface. The darker areas are vast hydrocarbon sand dunes and seas.

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