Titan's surface as seen by HST
Date: 07 November 1994
Copyright: UA Lunar and Planetary Laboratory; STScI
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Scientists for the first time have made images of the surface of Saturn's giant, haze-shrouded moon, Titan. They mapped light and dark features over the surface of the satellite during nearly a complete 16-day rotation. One prominent bright area they discovered is a surface feature 2,500 miles across, about the size of the continent of Australia.
Last Update: 1 September 2019