Cassini Data Helps NASA Find Noxious Ice Cloud On Saturn’s Moon Titan

NASA’s Cassini plunged into Saturn’s atmosphere on Sept. 15, but scientists are still studying the data it sent back and are making several in-roads into understanding Saturn and its moons. The latest discovery from the Cassini data shows the presence of a toxic hybrid ice in a wispy cloud above Titan’s (Saturn’s Moon) South Pole. These findings show a complex chemical environment around Titan. The gaseous cloud known as a Noxious Ice Cloud on the Moon’s stratosphere give us...

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