Scientists offer no explanation as to why gasses appear in concentrated masses away from the poles
A new imaging of Saturn’s moon Titan has revealed something a little spooky, just in time for Halloween: Two mysterious glowing patches of gas, one at each pole. The amorphous glowing shapes are shifted to either side so that one appears as dawn reaches the southern hemisphere, while the other align...
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