Giant ice flows bolster case for volcanoes on Titan

Slushy water from a hidden ocean may be pooling onto the icy surface of Saturn's moon Titan.
Titan's exterior, where the temperature is around -180 °C, is thought to be mostly water-ice, but it may be a different story deep down. Variations in the moon's rate of rotation suggest an ocean could lurk below.

Full article by David Shiga on NewScientist



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