The New Shape of Titan

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A new map of Titan created by a team led by Paul Corlies from Cornell University provides a global view of the highs and lows of the moon’s topography, such as mountains less than 700 meters tall, and two depressions in the equatorial region that could be either ancient, dried seas or cryovolcanic flows. READ MORE »

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