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This diagram of a cross-section through Titan's ice shell shows features that may explain the gravity anomaly: a low-density ice lens created by regional basal freezing; a rigid ice shell that resists upward deflection; and surface weathering that keeps topography small. (Image credit: D. Hemingway)
08/29/13

 

This diagram of a cross-section through Titan's ice shell shows features that may explain the gravity anomaly: a low-density ice lens created by regional basal freezing; a rigid ice shell that resists upward deflection; and surface weathering that keeps topography small. Image Credit: D. Hemingway



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