Probing Titan's Surface West of Huygens
Cassini successfully completed a flyby of Titan on July 19. Observations included bistatic scattering just to the west of the Huygens probe landing site. Bistatic scattering is a type of radio science observation used to determine the nature and composition of Titan's surface.
Image right: Artist concept - Titan 34 Flyby Radio Science Returns to Center Stage July 19, 2007 Image credit: NASA/JPL
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