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Finding the Missing Link in Titan's Chemistry

News   Oct 09, 2018 | Original Story from Berkeley Lab.

 
Finding the Missing Link in Titan's Chemistry

The atmospheric haze of Titan, Saturn’s largest moon (pictured here along Saturn’s midsection), is captured in this natural-color image (box at left). A study that involved experiments at Berkeley Lab’s Advanced Light Source has provided new clues about the chemical steps that may have produced this haze. Credits: NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Space Science Institute, Caltech.

 
 
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