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Are rivers of liquid methane washing away craters on Saturn’s moon Titan?

28 May 2020, 13:00 UTC
Are rivers of liquid methane washing away craters on Saturn’s moon Titan? NASA/JPL-Caltech

Titan is Saturn's largest moon, and the second biggest in the solar system. It's a world unto itself; nearly as big as Mercury, with a nitrogen atmosphere with higher surface pressure than Earth. The Cassini spacecraft swept past the giant moon an incredible 127 times over its 13-year tour of the Saturn system, taking close-up images of the moon.

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