Monday, August 16, 2010 - 17:07 in Astronomy & Space
Saturn's moon Titan ripples with mountains, and scientists have been trying to figure out how they form. The best explanation, it turns out, is that Titan is shrinking as it cools, wrinkling up the moon's surface like a raisin.
- Titan gets a dune 'makeover'Thu, 17 Jan 2013, 23:33:32 EST
- Titan may have subsurface ocean of hydrocarbons, says Stanford researcherMon, 6 Apr 2009, 9:50:39 EDT
- Bouncing on TitanThu, 11 Oct 2012, 14:38:23 EDT
- Caltech scientists discover storms in the tropics of TitanWed, 12 Aug 2009, 13:25:26 EDT
- NASA research estimates how long Titan's chemical factory has been in businessWed, 25 Apr 2012, 14:35:26 EDT