Get to know the solar system’s second largest moon with this stunning 12″ desktop globe. Developed by the staff of Astronomy magazine using a combined mosaic produced by researchers including Stéphane Le Mouélic, Benoit Seignovert, Eric Karkoschka, Virginia Pasek, and Emily C.S. Joseph, the Titan globe was produced using images from Cassini’s Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer and its Imaging Science Subsystem. This richly detailed, injection-molded globe shows 180 of Titan’s most notable named surface features, as well as the Huygens’ landing site, including montes, colles, fluctūs, maria, lacūs, and flumina. Each globe is made of long-lasting durable plastic with just a single seam between hemispheres and comes with a clear acrylic display base and bonus informational flyer.