Scientists have discovered that Saturn's moon Titan actually has very durable sands. It appears not only is its seas filled with hydrocarbons, but Titan's sands are also very electrically-charged.
Saturn is one of the most beautiful planets in the Solar System. Scientists, astronomers and space fans have admired it for the beauty of its rings. However, it appears more magic is happening in its moons.
NASA's Cassini probe managed to capture detailed images of sand dunes on Saturn's largest moon, Titan for the first time. The images were taken by using the radar vision of the spacecraft enabling it to peak through the cloudy haze that covers the surface of the moon.
A NASA expert revealed that NASA is thinking of sending a submarine to Saturn's moon, Titan to search for signs of life on its methane ocean.
The Cassini spacecraft captured images of what appears to be flooded canyons on Saturn's moon, Titan.
A prebiotic condition in Titan is being studied by experts if it can, despite the cold, hold non-water-based life.
Saturn's largest moon Titan is not the center of alien-life hunter after Hydrogen Cyanide was discovered in its atmosphere. HCN can create polyimine than can enable the absorption of sunlight for energy.
Saturn's moon, Titan, is looking more identical to Earth as NASA recently discovered that it has a strange-looking sea. However, unlike Earth where the sea is composed of water, Titan's sea and other liquid formations are filled with methane.