To the Depths of Titan

Astronomers learn how to study the seafloors of Saturn’s largest moon.

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Eleven years into its mission exploring Saturn and its moons, the Cassini spacecraft continues to make new kinds of discoveries. Most recently, it helped researchers map the bottom of the major seas and lakes on Titan, thanks to a new method for analyzing the venerable probe’s data.
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