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Watching the clouds move on Titan

We’ve had enough visits to other planets and moons to allow us to look at their faces over time.  This allows us to see things like the movement of the Great Red Spot on Jupiter (a very large storm) and the impact of a comet, also on Jupiter.  Here is a link to an article showing a time-lapse of methane clouds moving around Titan, Saturn’s largest moon.  Weather happens on any moon or planet that has an atmosphere!

Source: NASA

Source: NASA