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Table 1 Observations

From: Precipitation-induced surface brightenings seen on Titan by Cassini VIMS and ISS

Flyby Date Incidence Sampling Integration
     time
T15 2006 July 2 17° 66 km 640 ms
T17 2006 September 7 68° 18 km 72 ms
T21 2006 December 12 67° 31 km 400 ms
T31 2007 May 28 51° (C) 82 km (C) 640 ms
   7° (A) 68 km (A)  
T34 2007 July 19 44° 15 km 65 ms
T58 2009 July 8 18° 36 km 320 ms
T59 2009 July 24 18° 36 km 180 ms
T61 2009 August 25 17° (Y) 20 km (Y) 65 ms
   41° (H) 26 km (H)  
T67 2010 April 5 22° (Y) 30 km (Y) 220 ms (Y)
   37° (H) 43 km (H) 180 ms (H)
T70 2010 June 21 33° (C) 31 km (C) 120 ms (C)
   28° (A) 14 km (A) 80 ms (A)
T72 2010 September 24 30° (C) 19 km (C) 60 ms
   28° (A) 21 km (A)  
T74 2011 February 18 27° (Y) 128 km (Y) 180 ms
   41° (H) 175 km (H)  
T75 2011 April 19 33° (C) 307 km (C) 160 ms
   19° (A) 106 km (A)  
T76 2011 May 11 48° (Y) 16 km (Y) 140 ms (Y)
   34° (H) 31 km (H) 60 ms (H)
T77 2011 June 20 78° (C) 131 km (C) 160 ms (C)
   36° (A) 38 km (A) 220 ms (A)
T79 2011 December 13 18° (C) 44 km (C) 120 ms (C)
   24° (A) 13 km (A) 80 ms (A)
T80 2011 December 13 54° (Y) 52 km (Y) 280 ms (Y)
   35° (H) 58 km (H) 280 ms (H)
  1. Here we summarize the Cassini VIMS observations used in this paper and their characteristics. For more information on the prime mission flybys, T0 through T44, see [39]. In some cases observations of different areas on the same flyby have different values. In those cases we indicate the regions of interest by letter designation: Y for Yalaing Terra, H for Hetpet Regio, C for Concordia Regio, and A for Adiri.