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Titan (1K) Topographical map

Summary:1K Titan Topographical Surface Map.
Description:This map shows the relative surface brightness variations on Titan as measured in images taken in the 1080-nanometer spectral region in 1997 and 1998 by the Near Infrared Camera and Multi-Object Spectrometer on NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. The map colors indicate different surface reflectivities. From darkest to brightest, the color progression is: deep blue (darkest), light blue, green, yellow, red and deep red (brightest). The large, continent-sized, red feature extending from 60 degrees to 150 degrees west longitude is called Xanadu. It is unclear whether Xanadu is a mountain range, giant basin, smooth plain, or a combination of all three. Please note that installation instructions have been included in the author's titan.txt file.
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Creator:Ton Lindemann
Added:2004-12-16 21:21
Last modified:2008-02-02 11:25
Titan (1K) Topographical map 1K/PNG 774.96 kB

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