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Fraser
2016-Oct-24, 06:40 PM
At a joint meeting in Pasadena, California last week, European and American scientists were treated to some of the latest findings about Saturn's moon Titan.
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publiusr
2016-Oct-29, 04:24 PM
That south polar vortex made me think of Solaris.

agingjb
2016-Oct-30, 05:33 PM
Titan is, as ever, much more interesting than those ice-balls with, perhaps, subsurface oceans. "The Earth of the outer solar system" as someone said.

Candidates for the "Mars of the outer solar system"?

Solfe
2016-Oct-30, 05:59 PM
Titan is, as ever, much more interesting than those ice-balls with, perhaps, subsurface oceans. "The Earth of the outer solar system" as someone said.

Candidates for the "Mars of the outer solar system"?

There is no simple way to look up the solar system's moons by atmospheric density. I know that several moons have very thin atmospheres, but something isn't nothing. Perhaps I can do a blog post and someone can do a wiki-entry?