Titan (the largest moon of Saturn) behind Saturn’s rings photographed by the Cassini spacecraft. The dark curve of Enceladus is visible at the bottom of the image.
If you're a Carl Sagan connoisseur or a general space-genius, you might know that the atmosphere of Titan hosts the building blocks of amino acid: a necessary ingredient for life, at least as we know it.
According to the Standard Microbial Habitability index, Titan is in fact one of the three solar system worlds to most likely to harbour some form of life, along with Mars, Jupiter's moon Europa, and Venus.
If you're a keen explorer of space, check out National Geographic to read more on this.
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