The Bruce Murray Space Image Library
Lake on Titan
Filed under Cassini, pretty pictures, Titan, Saturn's moons, hydrology
The footprint-like feature in the upper left corner of this image is Ontario Lacus, a hydrocarbon lake. It is roughly 234 kilometers long by 73 kilometers wide, about the size of Lake Ontario (a lake on the U.S.-Canadian border). The red cross below center identifies the location of Titan's south pole.
NASA / JPL / SSI
This image is in the public domain.
Original image data dated on or about June 26, 2005
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