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Titan's Atmosphere May be Older than Saturn, a New Study Suggests - Universe Today
It’s well accepted that moons form after planets. In fact, only a few months ago, astronomers spotted a new moon forming deep within Saturn’s rings, 4.5 billion years after the planet initially formed. But new research suggests Saturn’s icy moon Titan — famous for its rivers and lakes of liquid methane — may have formed … Continue reading "Titan’s Atmosphere May be Older than Saturn, a New Study Suggests"