During Cassini's "T16" 16th flyby of Titan on 2006 July 22, its mapping spectrometer for the first time
utilized the 'noodle' technique of taking long, zigzagging spectra instead of single multispectral snapshot 'cubes.'
The quotation is from Ulivi, "Robotic Exploration of the Solar System, Part 3," bottom of page 120.
What is the noodle technique? What is a long zigzagging spectrum? Why would this be preferred to conventional hyperspectral imaging?
For once the author fails to cite his sources. Google results are awash in red herrings.