Titan Images 2020

 

The image in the upper part of this table corresponds to a raw view which reveals a portion of Titan obtained on March 18, 2006 from the eye of the Cassini spacecraft. The file name of the image is N00055159.jpg. The view was acquired on the basis of the IRP0 and CB3 filters. At the time of the observation, the view had not been validated or calibrated and a validated or calibrated image was going to be archived with the Planetary Data System proposed by NASA. The image in the lower part of this table reveals a colorized version of the original view of that portion of Saturn's largest moon.

Credit for the original view: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute.
Credit for the colorization of the original view: Marc Lafferre, 2020.

 

The image in the upper part of the table reveals a raw image of Titan's disk obtained from the Cassini spacecraft on December 15, 2011. The file name of the view is N00179043.jpg. The view of Saturn's largest moon was acquired using the CL1 filter and the CB3 filter. The view had not been validated or calibrated at the time of the release and a validated or calibrated image was going to be archived with the Planetary Data System proposed by NASA. One can clearly notice landscape features and a sharp contrast between bright areas and dark areas. Surface features on Titan can be discerned or identified in the infrared or near-infrared spectrum. The view in the lower part of the table shows a colorized version of the original image.

Credit for the raw image: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute.
Credit for the incorporation of the artificial color into the raw image: Marc Lafferre, 2020.

 

 

Titan Images 2019
Titan Images 2018
Titan Images 2017
Titan Images 2016
Titan Images 2015
Titan Images 2014
Titan Images 2013
Titan Images 2012

Titan Images 2011
Titan Images 2010
Titan Images 2009
Titan Images 2008
Titan Images 2007
Titan Images 2006
Titan Images 2005, 2004

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