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Researchers used radar aboard Nasa's Cassini spacecraft to see through Titan's dense atmosphere.
They found that, over a period of time, a number of prominent surface features shifted their position by up to 19 miles.
This suggests that Titan's crust is moving because it rests on liquid made of water and ammonia, the scientists said.