VIMS Image of Cryovolcano
Date: 10 June 2005
Copyright: NASA/JPL/University of Arizona/LPL
Two high-resolution images were taken during a 25-minute period that ended just before closest approach.
Because the spacecraft was moving at 5.8 kms-1 (about 20 000 kmh-1)
relative to Titan, image motion compensation was required so as to point to
the same location on Titan's surface.
Last Update: 1 September 2019