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Titan impact craters reveal connections to planetary weather, set the stage for Dragonfly

Titan impact craters reveal connections to planetary weather, set the stage for Dragonfly

Source: NASA Spaceflight
Date Published: 06/14/2021

Titan, the atmosphere-shrouded moon of Saturn, has captivated scientists’ attention since its formal discovery on 25 March 1655.  While in-situ observations of the moon ended in September 2017 when the Cassini spacecraft was purposely plunged into Saturn’s atmosphere at the end of its mission, data from the 13 year scientific voyage continues to reveal information not just about Titan’s past but about its future potential to harbor life as well.

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