Sun lights up sea on distance moon

by Anonymous on Nov. 03rd, 2014

Sunlight reflects off Titan sea
Sunlight reflects off Titan seaCourtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ. Arizona/Univ. Idaho
Cameras on NASA's Cassini spacecraft captured and sent back some stunning images of sunlight reflecting off the hydrocarbon sea on Titan, Saturn's largest moon. Depending on its orbital position, the ringed planet and its moons can be anywhere from 839 to 934 million miles from the Sun. Beautiful, amazing stuff!

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