Titan Observations

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Titan Observations have been planned to span the period from July 2, 2004 to Apr 22, 2017.

Tables are available containing information concerning targeted and non-targeted flybys (xlsx, txt).

Graphics presenting information concerning observational sequences for the prime, equinox and solstice missions are available.

  Observations were made by:
CAPS - Cassini Plasma Spectrometer
CIRS - Composite Infrared Spectrometer
INMS - Ion and Neutral Mass Spectrometer - see schedule of observations (xls, txt)
ISS - Imaging Science Subsystem
MAG - Magnetometer
MIMI - Magnetospheric Imaging Instrument
RADAR - a Radar instrument
RPWS - Radio and Plasma Wave Spectrometer
RSS - Radio Science Subsystem - See Schedule of Observations (xlsx, txt)
UVIS - Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrograph
VIMS - Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer

For more detailed information concerning instrument activity see the Master Schedule.

Higher Order Products - See individual instruments