05.24.07 - Cassini's science instruments will conduct observations of Titan during the May 28, 2007, flyby.
05.23.07 - During Cassini's most recent flyby of Titan on May 12, 2007, the radar instrument imaged a large sea and its coastline, with numerous island groups and mountains.
05.08.07 - Cassini successfully completed a flyby of Titan on April 10, 2007.
04.30.07 - Cassini successfully completed a flyby of Titan on April 26, 2007.
04.12.07 - Cassini successfully completed a flyby of Titan on April 10, 2007.
03.27.07 - Cassini completed a successful flyby of Titan on Mon., March 26. The spacecraft passed behind Titan for approximately 35 minutes. This is called an occultation, and it's Cassini's version of "peek-a-boo." A signal from the spacecraft, bounced off Titan's surface and received on Earth, will tell scientists more about Titan's surface.
03.12.07 - Cassini successfully completed a flyby of Titan on March 10, which included imaging an area just north of the equator, mapping temperatures, and monitoring cloud motion. On this flyby, Cassini scooped up material from the top of Titan's atmosphere to determine the constituents. Changes in temperature at the surface were also measured.
02.23.07 - During Cassini's flyby of Titan on Feb. 22, the radar mapper imaged Titan's surface and crisscrossed over six previously mapped areas. Stay tuned for those views.› Raw images →
02.07.07 - This year opposition occurs on Saturday, Feb. 10, just a few days before Valentine’s Day.
01.30.07 - Cassini successfully completed a flyby of Saturn's moon Titan on Monday, Jan. 29, aiming its infrared eyes on the moon's murky atmosphere, peering through its thick, smoggy veil, and mapping surface features.
01.24.07 - A pair of rare celestial alignments that occurred in November 2003 helped an international team of astronomers investigate the far-off world of Titan.
01.03.07 - Scientists report definitive evidence of the presence of lakes filled with liquid methane on Saturn's moon Titan in this week's journal Nature cover story.
10.23.06 - During a flyby of Saturn's moon Titan on Wed., Oct. 25, the Cassini spacecraft will obtain the first detailed maps of the composition of this moon's Earth-like features, including dunes, rocky plains, steep highlands and possible volcanoes and lakes.
09.25.06 - Cassini successful flew by Titan on Saturday, Sept. 23. Data collected will help scientists study the composition at the very highest levels of Titan's atmosphere.› Full image and caption →
09.22.06 - Cassini's next close flyby of Titan will be on Saturday, Sept. 23. This will be one of Cassini's closest flybys yet of Titan, at just 960 kilometers (600 miles) above the surface. Scientists will use the observations to study the composition at the very highest levels of Titan's atmosphere.
09.15.06 - Ring scientists have been waiting for this. Finally, after more than two years orbiting Saturn, the Cassini spacecraft reaches one of the ultimate vantage points.
09.14.06 - Cassini's visual and infrared mapping spectrometer has detected what appears to be a massive ethane cloud surrounding Titan's north pole. The cloud might be snowing ethane snowflakes into methane lakes below.
09.11.06 - Cassini flew by Saturn's moon Titan on Sept. 7, 2006, studying its atmosphere and surface.
09.05.06 - After revealing a land of bountiful lakes on Cassini's last flyby of Saturn's moon Titan, the journey continues during a flyby on Sept. 7, 2006.