Cassini RADAR swath on Titan, flyby T8, October 28, 2005

Cassini RADAR swath on Titan, flyby T8, October 28, 2005
Cassini RADAR swath on Titan, flyby T8, October 28, 2005 The October 28, 2005 flyby covered a region just south of the equator from about 190 degrees through about 320 degrees west. The easternmost end of the swath covered the Huygens landing site. The center section includes large regions of "cat scratches" or longitudinal sand dunes. The eastern part contains many linear ridges, not yet seen elsewhere on Titan. This image shows the approximate locations of the pieces of the swath that have been released to the public to date. The full swath should be released in October 2006. NASA / JPL-Caltech

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