Scientists Peer At Mysterious ‘Magic Island’ On Saturn’s Moon Titan
A mysteriously bright anomaly has winked in and out of existence on the seas of Saturn’s largest moon, Titan — potentially the first time waves, bubbles or some other unknown features have been seen there. Scientists usually call this spot a transient feature, but the researchers have playfully dubbed it Magic Island. Titan, the largest of Saturn’s 62 known moons, is 50% wider than Earth’s moon and 80% more massive.
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