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Titan on Deck
Titan on Deck
5 Feb 2009
(Source: Jet Propulsion Laboratory)

Titan Flyby - Feb. 7, 2008
First Look at Titan's Mid-Southern Latitudes

At closest approach in this Titan flyby (T-50), RADAR will observe across the Tsegihi/ 'Mountains'. T-50 is an INMS prime observation to measure the boundary between the wake side and inner flank magnetospheric interaction region at mid Southern latitudes.

Titan Flyby
Feb. 7, 2008

960 kilometers (597 miles)

6.3 km/sec (14,000 mph)

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