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Learn about another Saturn moon

Astronomers have dropped a probe into Titan’s atmosphere and imaged its surface to uncover an unexpected world.
RELATED TOPICS: TITAN | SATURN
Titan and Saturn

In the March issue of Astronomy, author Michael Carroll introduced Saturn’s moon Phoebe and why it’s an oddball satellite. In a recent issue of the magazine, Carroll described another — and more explored — moon of the ringed planet: Titan. In “Titan: What we’ve learned about a strange new world,” he provides a tour of the varied surface and atmospheric features that scientists have found on Saturn’s surprisingly Earth-like satellite.

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