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Mystery Feature Now Disappears in Titan Lake - What is that changing object in a cold hydrocarbon sea of Titan? Radar images from the robotic Cassini spacecraft orbiting Saturn have been recording the.

Media by Bryon Gloden CISSP published June 07 2016 at 12:41AM

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An article accepted for publication in 'The Astrophysical Journal' describes a research based on observations made with the Hubble Space Telescope that.

Saturn's moon, Iapetus - by the robotic Cassini spacecraft

In the Cassini space probe captured this high-resolution glimpse of the bright trailing hemisphere of Saturn's moon Iapetus. This false-color mosaic shows the entire hemisphere of the two-toned moon.

El centro galáctico en infrarrojo | Imagen astronomía diaria - Observatorio

El centro galáctico en infrarrojo | Imagen astronomía diaria - Observatorio

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Comet Catalina Tails (José J. Chambó) A new year's treat for binoculars, as 2016 begins Comet Catalina now sweeps through planet Earth's predawn skies near bright Arcturus, alpha star of Bootes.

Ligeia Mare

Cassini's Greatest Hits: Best Photos of Saturn and Its Moons

Ligeia Mare Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute This image, from the Radar instrument aboard the Cassini spacecraft, shows the evolution of a transient feature in the large hydrocarbon sea named Ligeia Mare on Saturn's moon Titan.

Vast Ligeia Mare in False Color RADAR (NASA Cassini Saturn Mission Image)

Ligeia Mare, shown here in a false color image from NASA's Cassini mission, is the second largest known body of liquid on Saturn's moon Titan. It is filled with liquid hydrocarbons, such as ethane and methane.

The Cassini spacecraft has been taking radar images of Titan for years now. This modified image of the Ligeia Mare, a sea on Titan's north p...

Scientists Observe Springtime Changes On One Of Saturn's Moons

Titan's north polar sea Ligeia Mare captured by the Cassini probe (Nasa/PA) - a mysterious 'magic island' has appeared out of nowhere in radar images of a hydrocarbon sea on Saturn's giant moon, Titan.