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Titan Is Covered in an Orange Haze.

Titan, Saturn’s largest moon, is enveloped in a thick, orange haze. This haze is the result of compounds that are created by the repeated splitting and recycling of methane and nitrogen that occurs high in Titan’s atmosphere. Some of the heavy, carbon-rich compounds even settle to the moon’s surface, where they act like sand in Titan’s large dune fields.

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