Titan's surface at 0.94 microns
The map of Titan, a mosaic of 14 images of the surface at 0.94 microns, is projected onto a globe. That globe is shown rotating prograde, as you would see it if you were watching Titan (and your eyes could subtract out the haze so you only saw the surface). The areas near the poles, and extending toward the equator at the sub-Saturn point -- the beginning and end -- were not imaged.
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