Bright Clouds Make a Comeback on Titan’s North Pole
Floating high above Titan’s hydrocarbon lakes, wispy clouds have finally started to return to the moon’s northern latitudes…but in much less numbers than expected.
Models of Titan’s climate have predicted more cloud activity during early northern summer than what Cassini has observed so far, suggesting that the current understanding of the giant moon’s changing seasons is incomplete.
Posted on January 7, 2017, in Saturn's Moons and tagged Cassini, clouds, moon, NASA, science, solar system, space, Titan. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Bright Clouds Make a Comeback on Titan’s North Pole.