Titan's mid-latitude clouds are seen on three days in late 2004. These images were taken at the W.M. Keck Observatory's 10-meter telescope in a filter that probes only down to the clouds and does not see the surface. The global stratospheric haze layer is visible all over the planet. Along with the southern hemisphere mid-latitude clouds, in September 2004 there was the usual small cloud near Titan's south pole and in October 2004 a massive storm was located near the south pole.