River Networks On Saturn’s Largest Moon, Titan, Point to a Puzzling Geologic History
ScienceDaily (July 20, 2012) — New findings suggest the surface of Saturn’s largest moon may have undergone a recent transformation. For many years, Titan’s thick, methane- and nitrogen-rich atmosphere kept astronomers from seeing what lies beneath. Saturn’s largest moon appeared through telescopes as a hazy orange orb, in contrast to other heavily cratered moons in the solar system.
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River Networks On Saturn’s Largest Moon, Titan, Point to a Puzzling Geologic History

ScienceDaily (July 20, 2012) — New findings suggest the surface of Saturn’s largest moon may have undergone a recent transformation. For many years, Titan’s thick, methane- and nitrogen-rich atmosphere kept astronomers from seeing what lies beneath. Saturn’s largest moon appeared through telescopes as a hazy orange orb, in contrast to other heavily cratered moons in the solar system.

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