CICLOPS has released a coverage plot showing the regions that will be imaged by ISS during tomorrow's flyby of Titan. Frankly this plot took far longer to create than anticipated but here it is regardless. Obviously, the region that will be covered is on the opposite hemisphere as the views seen in Ta in October, Tb in December, and T3 last month. The main attraction of this flyby is that we will get coverage over much of the eastern portion of the T3 SAR swath, including an 80-km crater and some high resolution coverage near the C/A point in the T3 SAR swath (red and yellow boxes in the upper right of the coverage area.
See the T4 post below for more information on this encounter.