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News: Dark Spot Near the South Pole: A Candidate Lake on Titan?

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2005/06/28 11:00 CDT

The Cassini imaging team has released an image containing a feature unlike any other that they have seen on Titan. The very dark color, curvaceous outline, and sharp edge of the feature have led them to the conclusion that it could well be the long-theorized but never-before-seen body of liquid hydrocarbons on the surface of Titan.

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