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childrens.kovalev.com.ua/assets/qu-magasin-zithromax.php Lorenz, Michael E. Brown, F. The authors suggest the lakes were created thousands of years ago by methane rain dissolving soluble rocks at the surface.
They also find methane drains into the ground at a slower pace than the refill of the lakes by rain, which prevents the lakes from drying up. Both studies unveil the dynamic nature of the lakes of Titan and its related hydrological cycle, which, much like on Earth, can involve changes from seasonal to epochal.
One of those mysteries is on display in this image, which shows only a couple small clouds the pale areas near the center of the image , despite having been snapped during a time when scientists had expected to see substantial cloudiness on the moon. But puzzle aside, the lack of clouds makes it easier to admire the lakes that dot Titan's surface, which appear here as dark areas. The large network of dark splotches to the left of this image is a lake known as Kraken Mare, with Punga Mare above and Ligeia Mare below the center of the image.
When Cassini captured this image, it was about 87, miles , kilometers above the moon's surface.
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