The 30-Year Forecast: Predicting Titan's Clouds
These false-colour images of Titan were obtained by the Cassini-Huygens Visual Infrared Mapping Spectrometer during the 26 October/13 December Titan fly-bys In contrast to the reddish surface, bright clouds residing above most of the atmospheric absorption appear whitish in these representations.
Saharan Sand Dunes Found on Saturn's Moon Titan
Image of the Belet sand sea at about 12 degrees South and 100 degrees West on Titan.
Cassini Spacecraft Observes Titan's Northern Seas
Observations of the northern seas of Titan by Cassini's Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer, or VIMS, (left and center) and by RADAR (right).
Titan in Motion: New Video of Landing on Saturn's Moon
This image is part of a four-minute and 40-second video based on data from Europe's Huygen's probe, which landed on Saturn's moon Titan on January 14, 2005.
Patch of Saturn's Moon Resembles Earth
A network of river channels is located atop Xanadu, the continent-sized region on Saturn's moon Titan. This radar image was captured by the Cassini Radar Mapper on April 30, 2006.
Scientists to Scan Titan's Atmosphere From Earth
The haze of Titan's atmosphere stands out in this image taken by the Cassini spacecraft currently orbiting Saturn.
Lakes Found on Saturn's Moon Titan
The Cassini spacecraft, using its radar system, has discovered very strong evidence for hydrocarbon lakes on Titan. Dark patches, which resemble terrestrial lakes, seem to be sprinkled all over the high latitudes surrounding Titan's north pole. Image
Titan: A Tale of Two Worlds
This radar image of the surface of Saturn's moon Titan was acquired on October 26, 2004, when the Cassini spacecraft flew approximately 994 miles (1,600 kms) above the surface. Brighter areas may correspond to rougher terrains and darker areas are thought to be smoother. This image highlights some of the darker terrain, which the Cassini team dubbed "Si-Si the Cat." This nickname was chosen after a team member's daughter, Si-Si, pointed out that the dark terrain has a cat-like appearance. Image
Saturn's Moon Titan a World of Rivers and Lakes
A false-color image of Titan's surface snapped by NASA's Cassini spacecraft on July 22, 2006. The lakes appear darker than the surrounding terrain because of the unique way they scatter radar, which is similar to how water lakes on Earth do it.
Four Moons to Cross Saturn's Face Tuesday
Saturn's rings are wide but very thin. Astronomers using the Hubble Space Telescope captured this image of the rings edge-on in 1995.