on Titan has scientists scratching their heads. Roughly the size of West Virginia, the bright spot was observed by the Cassini spacecraft as it flew by the Saturnian moon on March 31 and April 16. Researchers postulate that it could be the result of an impact event, volcanism or a landslide, among other possibilities. The above montage shows the mysterious spot in infrared from the visual and infrared mapping spectrometer (left), from the imaging science subsystem (center) and as a combination of both sets of data (right).