Radar data from NASA’s Cassini spacecraft have revealed that small lakes in the northern hemisphere of Saturn’s hazy moon Titan are surprisingly deep (approximately 330 feet, or 100 m), perched atop hills and filled with methane. The findings, reported in two papers in the journal Nature Astronomy, also provide new information about the way liquid methane rains on, evaporates from and seeps into Titan.

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