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Dune and plain impact craters on Titan

Dune and plain impact craters on Titan


Date: 29 October 2020
Satellite: Cassini
Depicts: Annotated Titan map
Copyright: Solomonidou et al. (2020); background map: Le Mouélic et al. (2019)

An annotated VIMS RGB colour image showing the nine dune and plain impact craters on Titan from the recent study of crater composition and evolution. The yellow sections indicate the crater floors and the red sections are the ejecta blankets. Menrva is the largest crater, and Selk will be visited by NASA's Dragonfly mission in 2034.

Last Update: 29 October 2020
5-Dec-2020 01:43 UT

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