Saturn's Moon Reveals Two New 'Magic Islands'
Cassini spacecraft observations revealed two new "magic islands" on the surface of Saturn's giant moon Titan. Since first arriving on Saturn in 2004, Cassini has revealed several seas, lakes, and rivers on the moon's frozen surface, but this summer revealed an island in one of the lakes that mysteriously vanished. But the appearance of the two new "islands" on the latest flybys is leading scientists to question whether the images are simply waves. Titan is the only body besides Earth thats geography was carved by rain.
By Jordan Moses
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