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Mysterious Band of Ice spans thousands of miles over Saturn's moon

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of Use. Saturn has many moons, but titanium is of particular interest to scientists for a variety of reasons. It has a thick atmosphere, liquid bodies on the surface and weather patterns. University of Arizona scientists studying Titan's atmospheric processes report that they have encountered a previously …

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Surprise on Saturn's Moon Titan a 1,000-mile "Ice Corridor"

Simple PCA Called a Principal Component Analysis (PCA), the new technique could bring significant change for the Titanophiles. Instead of examining individual pixels of Cassini photos and searching for details and data, PCA checks all the pixels in a particular area to spot trends in the landscape. Not only does this result in refined data, it also proves to be …

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'Deep Learning' Algorithm Reveals Huge Saturn's Storm in New Light

A new "deep learning" algorithm The software, called PlanetNet, mapped out a monster 2008 Saturn storm system in detail using data gathered by NASA's Cassini spacecraft which studied the ringed planet up close to 2004 through 2017. "Missions like Cassini gather enormous amounts of data, but classical techniques for analysis have drawbacks, either in the accuracy Ingo Waldmann, deputy director …

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The astrophotographer Grant Petersen used his smartphone to touch the image of Saturn's # the Moon & # 39; capture

Last March, celestial observers watched the moon as it approached Saturn. A photographer from South Africa has taken stunning photos of the event with his smartphone. ( Noah Haggerty | Pixabay ) Last March, Saturn and the moon stood perfectly in the sky. Not everyone had the opportunity to take a look, but luckily a photographer from South Africa made …

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The World of Titan: Saturn's Earth Moon!

Titan, one of the 62 moons orbiting the planet Saturn, is also the largest. At 5,149.4 kilometers in diameter, titanium is about half the size of Earth and twice the size of Earth's Moon. However, we can not just stop the comparison between the Titan and the Earth, let's immerse ourselves a bit deeper because Titan is something special! Titan …

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Phantom ponds and deep lakes on Saturn's moon Titan

Before NASA's Cassini probe plunged into the depths of Saturn, 2017 saw the final flyby of Titan, the largest moon of Saturn. This remote world is the only place in the solar system except the earth that houses large bodies of fluid. Titans liquid consists of methane and ethane instead of water. But these lakes and seas make the moon …

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Saturn's Moon Titan Can & # 39; Phantom Lakes & # 39; and have caves

Imagine a world where rain falls, gathering in lakes and ponds, seeping into the surrounding rocks and evaporating until it falls again. There is only one catch: the world is the Saturn Moon, Titan where the rain is not water; it is liquid methane. Two new articles examine how this incredibly familiar, waterless "water cycle" manifests on the surface of …

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A possible explanation for one of Saturn's moons with subterranean ocean

Saturn's moon Enceladus. Credit: NASA A team of researchers, one with the University of Maryland, the other with the Southwest Research Institute, has found that there is a plausible explanation for the existence of the ocean beneath the surface of one of Saturn's moons. In their article Nature Astronomy Marc Neveu and Alyssa Rhoden describe the computer model they have …

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