It's been quiet lately on the Titan news front now that we are in the lull between flybys. However the month of March does promise big news events that will be covered on this blog. Next Wednesday, Cassini will perform its second of four close flybys of Enceladus on the heals of a very successful encounter last month. Hopefully this second encounter will be just as successful. The Lunar and Planetary Sciences Conference starts on March 14 and runs until the 18th. I will be at the conference to present a poster and will post news regarding any interesting talks and poster from the conference. Finally, March 31 brings another Titan flyby. This time, we will actually look at some place different.