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NASA is going to send a submarine to Saturn’s sea-covered Titan

The majority of Earth is covered in an ocean of liquid water, but the other worlds in our Solar System are a whole lot different. Most don't have any kind of liquid on their surface, and while we know that there is definitely a liquid ocean under the thick ice of Enceladus, it might pose a big challenge to explore. One of Saturn's other moons, Titan, is one of the very few objects in the Solar System with liquid right out in the open, and NASA is targeting its seas for a future mission that will send a submarine to explore what lies below.
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