An international team of 10 institutions, lead by Ralph D. Lorenz of Johns Hopkins University, USA, created the first global topographic map of Titan, a moon of Saturn. They used Cassini RADAR SARtopo and altimetry data for use in Global Circulation Models, hydrological models and correlative studies. The map itself consists of 90% of interpolated data. The dataset revealed four prominent topographic peaks in a row in the southern hemisphere.
These results are published in the July issue of Icarus.
Source of image datasets: Lorenz RD et al. (2013) A global topographic map of Titan. Icarus, Volume 225, Issue 1, July 2013, Pages 367–377.