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Cassini just flew by Titan again on Saturday, and should have acquired a new swath of RADAR data.
A couple of weeks ago there were press releases coming out of the American Geophysical Union meeting about the discovery of a
Yesterday, the VIMS team released several images from Cassini's
Following immediately on the heels of the release of the
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.
Today Nature published an article titled
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.
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.
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.