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Space Science

Radar Evidence for Methane Lakes On Titan 24

Posted by michael
from the getting-our-feet-wet dept.
DrMorpheus writes "A series of 25 radar observations, taken when Saturn made close approaches to Earth in 2001 and 2002, have provided by far the best evidence yet of methane lakes. Astronomers have suspected since the Voyager fly-bys of the 1980s that liquid hydrocarbons were present on Titan's surface."
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Radar Evidence for Methane Lakes On Titan

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