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Surface de Titan - Illustration - Titan surface - Artist's view of the surface of Titan. In the sky, the planet Saturn. It is not known what lies beneath Titan's obscuring haze.* What is known is that Titan's atmosphere is one - and - a - half times as dense as the Earth's at sea level, and its composition is roughly 90% nitrogen and 10% other complex molecules such as methane (compare this to the Earth's atmosphere which is 78% nitrogen and 20% oxygen). Sadly, Titan's thick haze would make it unlikely that a visitor to Titan's surface could look up into the sky and see Saturn itself, but what the heck.
Titanic disaster on maiden voyage, as reported on the front page of the Daily Sketch. Pictured is the ship leaving Southampton, Captain Smith, and a map of the Atlantic Ocean showing the route taken. \n\n1912