Titan: How NASA Got the Clearest Photo Ever of Saturn's Moon

Saturn's freezing moon Titan is seen in a new image from NASA.

While the discoveries have been impressive, electronic noise has always clouded the images, giving them a grainy look.

"It takes a lot of computation, and at the moment quite a bit of 'fine-tuning' to get the best results with each new image, so for now we'll likely be despeckling only the most important -- or most puzzling -- images," Randy Kirk, a Cassini radar team member, said in a statement.

With better views of Titan, researchers will now be able to better study the mysterious moon and the processes that shaped its unique terrain into what it is today.