Daily alternative news articles at the News Desk for GrahamHancock.com. Featuring alternative history, science, archaeology, ancient egypt, paranormal & supernatural, environment, and much more. Check in daily for updates!
To sign up to the Graham Hancock newsletter mailing list, please click here.
April 19 2013
Today, methane sloshes around in pools on the surface of Titan, but the hydrocarbon may eventually vanish from Saturn's giant moon, according to a new study.
Images and data from NASA's Cassini spacecraft show that the compound doesn't seem to be getting replenished fast enough on Titan's surface to keep the methane cycle sustainable, scientists say.
Besides Earth, Titan is the only known place in our solar system to have stable liquids on its surface. The huge moon's clouds, lakes and rain are made up of hydrocarbons, or molecules composed of hydrogen and carbon, such as methane and ethane.
[Follow article link...
Back to Previous...
Go to News Desk...
Enjoy the newsdesk? Please tell others about it:
Add Graham via his official Twitter, Google+ and facebook pages.
Dedicated Servers and Cloud Servers by Gigenet.
Invert Colour Scheme / Default