Saturn’s largest moon, Titan, is not only one of the oddest bodies in the Solar System, but may be the fizziest. Through laboratory experiments and data from the space agency’s unmanned Cassini deep-space probe, a team of scientists at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California have recreated the conditions on the surface of Titan and have discovered that its lakes and seas may periodically burst with bubbles like a cosmic soda can.
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