Atmospheric Mystery on Saturn's Largest Moon

Titan, Saturn's largest moon, is bigger than the planet Mercury and has the thickest atmosphere of any known planetary satellite. Its blanket of gases is incredibly similar in some ways to our own: it is made predominantly of nitrogen, for example, and the surface pressure—roughly 100 times greater than that of Mars and 100 times less than that Venus—resembles Earth's as well.

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