Artist rendering of T32 Titan flyby
Published: June 7, 2007

During Cassini's flyby of Titan on June 13, 2007, scientists will take advantage of a rare geometry to take detailed measurements of the atmosphere by imaging the sun as it passes behind Titan and its thick, banded atmosphere.

Thanks to its onboard Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrograph, scientists will be able to probe the highest part of Titan's atmosphere.

Credit: NASA/JPL

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