Saturn from Titan by starbase1 ()
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Saturn as seen from the north pole of it's largest satellite, Titan. This is near one of the methane lakes found on this distant world.
Image Comments (3)
if the clouds where gone.. !! Fantastic tribute to this mega moon. Discovered by Christiaan Huygens, standing on the Mauritstower in my city, the Hague, overlooking the lake that is in the photo I uploaded today. what a coincidence :) If only Huygens had known, 350 years ago, that the rings and the moon he recognised where like this.. If only artists like you had excisted in those days.. We live in a great era when people can make art like this and show it to the world.. Wonderful image, just wonderful.. I am almost without words.. Bravo