Titanís smoggy haze

Titanís smoggy haze

. The surface of Saturnís largest moon, Titan, is hidden beneath a thick haze that completely envelops the satellite. Divisions in the layer of haze (blue) occur at 200, 375 and 500 meters above the edge, or limb, of the satelliteís atmosphere (orange). This false-color image was taken from the Voyager 1 spacecraft on 12 November 1980. (Courtesy of NASA and JPL).

Copyright 2010, Professor Kenneth R. Lang, Tufts University