Yalaing Terra changes. Here we show multiple views of Yalaing Terra as seen by Cassini VIMS over the course of the mission to date. Each is displayed in orthographic projection from above Yalaing Terra and colored such that the red channel corresponds to the VIMS view at 5 μ m, green at 2 μ m, and blue at 1.3 μ m (as in ). Accounting for changes in viewing and illumination geometry, the area was static in albedo and spectrum from Cassini’s arrival through flyby T67 (2010 April 5). VIMS’ next quality view of the area, on T76 (2011 May 8) shows evident changes. An intervening observation on T74 (2011 February 18) seems to show brightening, but its spatial resolution is sufficiently coarse as to make the detection nondefinitive. By T80 (2012 January 2), the brightening has reduced in spatial extent. The evaporitic deposit (orange here) disappeared on T76, but is visible again on T80 (on T74 the spatial sampling is insufficient to either identify or rule out the presence of the evaporite deposit).