So long, Titan. Cassini snaps parting pics of Saturn’s largest moon

Titan's lake region

IN THE REARVIEW WINDOW  A final image of Saturn’s moon Titan (like one shown here from the Cassini spacecraft’s last distant flyby September 11) will be among the “final picture postcards of the Saturn system … to put in our Cassini scrapbook,” Linda Spilker, head scientist for the Cassini mission, said in a news conference September 13.

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