These images show the surface of Titan at two different infrared wavelengths. They were captured by the Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer on board Cassini-Huygens as the spacecraft flew by at an altitude of 1200 kilometres - Cassini-Huygens's closest approach yet to the hazy moon. The image on the right, taken at a wavelength of 2 microns, is the most detailed picture to date of the Titan's surface. It reveals complex landforms with sharp boundaries. The image on the left was taken at a wavelength of 1 micron and shows approximately what a digital camera might see.