Liquid on Saturn moon discovered

This video is called Cassini – Titan; a simulation based on real radar images.

From the Australian Broadcasting Corporation today:

Scientists discover liquid on Saturn moon

US space scientists say liquid has been discovered on the surface of Titan, the largest moon of the planet Saturn.

Instruments on the Cassini space probe established the presence of liquefied ethane gas and a large lake on Titan.

Earth is the only other body in the solar system to have fluid on its surface.

Saturn’s smog-ridden moon Titan bears a striking resemblance to Earth despite its alien environment, a study has revealed: here.

Titan Tech: Lightweight Drone Could Explore Saturn Moon: here.

Long-lived Titan lakes are boon to life: here.

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