Date- Mar 11 Source- http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/video/ 'This movie shows clouds in the mid-southern latitudes of Saturn's largest moon, Titan, in a series of images captured by NASA's Cassini spacecraft a few months after fall began in the southern hemisphere. Methane clouds in the troposphere, the lowest part of the atmosphere, appear white here and are concentrated in a band between 45 and 63 degrees south latitude. In the annotated version of the movie, a blue line shows the location of the equator at the top of the frame, and a second blue line marks the median latitude of the cloud field at 53 degrees south latitude. The darkest areas are surface features, which have a low albedo, meaning they do not reflect much light. The movie shows the clouds moving east across an area south of the dark region Belet, which is at the top of the frame. (Belet looks dark because it is made from different materials than neighboring areas.) These seven images were captured over a period of about 24 hours from Dec. 13 to 14, 2009.'
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