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A Methane Sea on Saturn’s Moon Titan Could Be Over 1,000 Feet Deep – Gizmodo

Data gathered by NASA’s Cassini probe has allowed scientists to estimate the depth of Kraken Mare—the biggest methane sea on Saturn’s moon Titan.

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Data gathered by NASAs Cassini probe has allowed scientists to estimate the depth of Kraken Marethe biggest methane sea on Saturns moon Titan.
New research published in the Journal of Geophysical Research is expanding our knowledge of Titans hydrocarbon seas, specifically Kraken Mare. This sea, approximately 600 miles (1,000 km) long, is larger than all five of North Americas Great Lakes combined and holds around 80% of the moons surface liquids. The seas on Titan contain lots of methane and ethane…

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