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The Bruce Murray Space Image Library

Guabonito crater, Titan, in infrared and radar

Filed under Cassini, pretty pictures, Titan, Saturn's moons, radar imaging, animation

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Guabonito crater, Titan, in infrared and radar Guabonito crater appears to be a ring of bright hills about 90 kilometers (56 miles) in diameter. It is possible that it has been modified or at least infilled by windblown dark sand. Its appearance looks surprisingly similar to Cassini's optical and radar instruments.


Original image data dated on or about April 30, 2006


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