Titan mosaic: T28, April 11, 2007

Titan mosaic: T28, April 11, 2007
Titan mosaic: T28, April 11, 2007 This mosaic, captured on April 11, 2007 during Cassini's T28 flyby, features Titan's trailing hemisphere, an area that has not previously been imaged at such high resolution. As with other views of Titan, there are large dark regions (the one to the left of center is called "Belet") and large bright regions (the one to the right of center is called "Adiri") as well as circular features that might be craters or might be volcanic structures. However, there are also many linear dark features in the northern part of this mosaic that are unlike anything seen elsewhere on Titan. NASA / JPL-Caltech / SSI

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