Photo: Mile-High Mountains Found on Saturn's Moon Titan



A composite image from the Cassini spacecraft shows Saturn's giant moon Titan. The large circular feature near the center of the moon's disk may be an ancient impact crater. The ridges to the lower left of the circle are newly discovered mountains nearly 1 mile (1.6 kilometers) tall.

NASA/JPL/University of Arizona


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