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NASA’s Cassini Reveals Surprises with Titan’s Lakes

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Saturn’s moon Titan sports phantom hydrocarbon lakes

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I SPY ‘The northern region of Saturn’s moon Titan is dotted with hydrocarbon seas and lakes (shown in this false-color mosaic image created from radar data). Now three lakes in the area appear to have disappeared before Cassini’s eyes.

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Planetary scientist Shannon MacKenzie and colleagues uncovered the disappearing lakes by comparing Cassini observations from two different seasons of Titan’s year, which lasts 29.5 Earth years. NASA ' s Cassini Reveals Surprises with News NASA's Cassini Reveals Surprises with Titan's Lakes Jet Propulsion Laboratory 14 hours ago On its final flyby of Saturn's largest moon in 2017, NASA's Cassini spacecraft gathered radar data revealing that the small liquid ... In the midst of Titan’s winter in 2006, Cassini’s radar observations indicated that all three lakes were filled with liquid. NASA's Cassini Reveals Surprises with Titan's Lakes - Jet ... www.etrustnews.com/ nasas-cassini-reveals-surprises-with ... NASA's Cassini Reveals Surprises with Titan's Lakes – Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Piece of a Comet Found Tucked Inside Meteorite – Gizmodo. Kevin Maher: Space tourism is going to be great for our health — but there's a small catch – The Times. But when Cassini’s infrared cameras were trained on the lakes in 2013, during the moon’s spring, all three had dried up.

  • Publisher: Science News
  • Date: 2019-04-15T11:00:05-04:00
  • Author: Maria Temming
  • Twitter: @ScienceNews
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