The upcoming cold and toxic winter on Titan’s southern hemisphere

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Data from Cassini has found that the onset of winter in Titan’s southern hemisphere is coming on faster and colder than expected, with toxic clouds to boot.

The toxic cloud at the south pole is made up of hydrogen cyanide, and it could only form if the temperature there was colder than expected.


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