Titan, the largest moon of Saturn, is an inscrutable world. Its thick murky atmosphere is all but impenetrable to telescopes. With an equatorial radius of 1,600 miles, it is the second largest moon in the Solar System after Jupiter’s Ganymede and is even larger than the planet Mercury. Its surface is unimaginably cold, -289 degrees Fahrenheit... To continue reading, subscribe to The Space Reporter today.
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