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September 27, 2016
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NASA scientists find 'impossible' cloud on Titan
Pasadena CA (JPL) Sep 21, 2016
The puzzling appearance of an ice cloud seemingly out of thin air has prompted NASA scientists to suggest that a different process than previously thought - possibly similar to one seen over Earth's poles - could be forming clouds on Saturn's moon Titan. Located in Titan's stratosphere, the cloud is made of a compound of carbon and nitrogen known as dicyanoacetylene (C4N2), an ingredient in the chemical cocktail that colors the giant moon's hazy, brownish-orange atmosphere. Decades ago, the ... read more

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Cassini Begins Epic Final Year at Saturn
After more than 12 years studying Saturn, its rings and moons, NASA's Cassini spacecraft has entered the final year of its epic voyage. The conclusion of the historic scientific odyssey is planned f ... more
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Titan's Dunes and Other Features Emerge in New Images
New scenes from a frigid alien landscape are coming to light in recent radar images of Saturn's largest moon, Titan, from NASA's Cassini spacecraft. Cassini obtained the views during a close f ... more
SPACE TRAVEL

35 years later Voyager's legacy continues at Saturn
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An ESA tracking station has acquired signals from the international Cassini spacecraft orbiting Saturn, across more than 1.4 billion km of space. Following a seven-year journey to Saturn, the NASA/E ... more


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Methane-Filled Canyons Line Titan's Surface
Liquid methane-filled canyons hundreds of meters deep with walls as steep as ski slopes etch the surface of Titan, researchers report in a new study. The new findings provide the first direct eviden ... more

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Rhea Shines Brightly About Saturn
Rhea, like many moons in the outer solar system, appears dazzlingly bright in full sunlight. This is the signature of the water ice that forms most of the moon's surface. Rhea (949 miles or 1, ... more
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Cassini discovers flooded canyon on Titan
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Cassini shares infrared imagery of Saturn clouds
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Chemical trail on Titan may be key to prebiotic conditions
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Chemical Trail Could Lead To Clues About Life On Titan
NASA's Cassini and Huygens missions have provided a wealth of data about chemical elements found on Saturn's moon Titan, and Cornell scientists have uncovered a chemical trail that suggests prebioti ... more
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An Ocean Lies a Few Kilometers Beneath Enceladus's Icy Surface
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Cassini goes up and over for final mission tour of Saturn
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The hard knock life of Saturn's Epimetheus
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Enceladus jets: surprises in starlight

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Discovering the bath scum on Titan

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Profile of a methane sea on Titan

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Y Marks the Spot

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Saturn Spacecraft Samples Interstellar Dust

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EXO WORLDS

Searching for Far Out and Wandering Worlds

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Working Toward 'Seamless' Infrared Maps of Titan

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Cassini Spies Titan's Tallest Peaks

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Moons of Saturn may be younger than the dinosaurs

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The Saturnian Sisters

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Titan Temperature Lag Maps and Animation

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Prometheus up close about Saturn



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