Scientists have developed a new way of studying the atmospheres of exoplanets by using Saturn's smog-enshrouded moon, Titan. The new technique shows the significance hazy skies could have on our ability to learn about these alien worlds orbiting distant stars.
For the first time, scientists have created a topographical map of Saturn’s largest moon Titan, giving researchers a crucial tool in learning more about one of the most Earth-like bodies in the solar system.
Saturn’s moon Titan, long observed by the spacecraft Cassini, might be headed toward some wild weather during its spring and summer based on two new models produced by NASA scientists.
The seasons are changing and not just on Earth - scientists at NASA are reporting signs that Titan, Saturn's largest moon, is currently in flux and it may have a lot to say about our own planet's changing climate.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft has spotted a long river valley on Saturn's moon Titan, that stretches more than 200 miles from its "headwaters" to a large sea.
Seasonal changes in Saturn’s moon Titan is bringing in rapid changes to the atmospheric patterns and the chemical composition of the moon, reveals a new study.