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First Images of Rivers and Lakes on Titan!


First Images of Rivers and Lakes on Titan!


In the past, it was often assumed that moons were lifeless celestial bodies. As we now know, however, these constant companions of the planets sometimes contain more life than we’d ever have dared to believe. One of the most breathtaking and spectacular natural satellites is Titan. As many of you probably already know, the surface of Saturn’s largest satellite is not only covered by a thick layer of methane hydrate and water ice, but also by countless rivers and lakes of liquid ethane and methane. And it is precisely these fascinating natural formations that we’d like to examine more closely with you today. We’ll take a look at how these breathtaking formations come into being, what role they play in the natural processes on Titan, and what different forms the unique methane lakes on Saturn’s moon take. We hope you enjoy this exciting topic!

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