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Does Titan have underground oceans?

June 28, 2012: Data from NASA's Cassini spacecraft have revealed Saturn's moon Titan likely harbors a layer of liquid water under its ice shell. The finding appears in today's edition of the journal Science.

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What is the texture of an igneous rock formed from magma that cools slowly deep underground?

Earth's atmosphere will not be suitable for aerobic life one billion years from now. Oxygen makes up 21 per cent of Earth's atmosphere.

Who discovered water on Titan?

Cassini Cassini observes liquid on Titan's surface The feature was first observed three years earlier but scientists didn't know until 2008 that it was in fact a lake. How long is 1 hour in space? One hour on Earth is 0.0026 seconds in space.

What does space smell like?

A succession of astronauts have described the smell as '... a rather pleasant metallic sensation [like] sweet-smelling welding fumes', 'burning metal', 'a distinct odour of ozone, an acrid smell', 'walnuts and brake pads', 'gunpowder' and even 'burnt almond cookie'. Does life exist Europa? The type of life that might inhabit Europa likely would not be powered by photosynthesis ? but by chemical reactions. Europa's surface is blasted by radiation from Jupiter. That's a bad thing for life on the surface ? it couldn't survive. But the radiation may create fuel for life in an ocean below the surface.


What is lava called underground?

The Martin Luther King holiday in the US will coincide with the first full moon of the year. The January full moon is also known as the full Wolf Moon. The time is 1148 GMT.

You can also ask is the water on titan drinkable?

Titan is going to have methane and ethane tainting the ice. And Enceladus and Europa are going to be all kinds of salts and possibly magnesium sulphate, or epsom salts if it's hydrated. So if you drink that water you'll be trotting off to the loo quite soon.

By Georgiana

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