NASA's Cassini spacecraft has captured the first image of a 200 mile long river on one of the moon's orbiting Saturn, Titan. The liquid river, the first observed on another planetary body, stretches more than 200 miles (400 kilometers) from its headwaters to a large sea. Using Cassini's radar imaging instruments, NASA scientists were able to determine that the strange geological feature is likely a river as the dark, smooth surface within the meanders and channel suggest the presence of a liquid... To continue reading, subscribe to The Space Reporter today.
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