Titan’s Haze


I really like astronomy. I came across this pic today and thought it was pretty amazing.


Layers of haze covering Saturn’s moon Titan are seen in this image taken by Voyager 1 on Nov. 12, 1980 at a range of 13,700 miles (22,000 kilometers). This false color image shows the details of the haze that covers Titan. The upper level of the thick aerosol above the moon’s limb appears orange. The divisions in the haze occur at altitudes of 124, 233 and 310 miles (200, 375 and 500 kilometers) above the limb of the moon.

Image Credit: NASA/JPL


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