A mountain range on Titan

A mountain range on Titan
A mountain range on Titan The VIMS instrument on Cassini captured this view of a mountain range on Titan just south of the equator on October 25, 2006. The mountain range runs from northwest to southeast across the image and is made visible by the subtle effects of topographic shading on this cloudy world. The color image is composed of infrared views captured through three methane "windows" at 1.3 microns (blue), 2 microns (green), and 5 microns (red). NASA / JPL-Caltech / U. Arizona

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