I loved the rich texture of this tree’s bark.
On May 15, 2013, Cassini’s camera system, the Imaging Science Subsystem (ISS), looked for clouds across Titan’s sub-Saturn hemisphere from 2.49 million kilometers (1.55 million miles) away.
The ISS took a number of images of Titan in different filters. Three of which were used for this composite image. This RGB false color composite of Titan is in 3 different filters: continuum filter (where methane is more transparent), methane band (where methane is strongly absorbing), and ultraviolet.
Credit: NASA / JPL / SSI / composite by Val Klavans
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