NASA Just Found Something Interesting on 1 of Saturn’s Moons


One of Saturn’s moons has canyons hundreds of feet deep flooded with rivers that signal potential for life, according to a new report from NASA.

Multiple canyons on Titan that are up to 1,870 feet deep hold liquid hydrocarbons, a compound found in fossil fuels like oil and natural gas. Hydrocarbons signal the possible past existence of life on Titan, the largest of Saturn’s moons, because hydrocarbons are the product of the breakdown of living material.


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