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They’ve landed rovers on Mars. Now, say scientists, it’s time to land a boat on Titan, the hazy largest moon of Saturn.
The concept is being developed as a partnership between SENER and the Center for Astrobiology in Madrid.
The craft would land in the middle of Ligeia Mare—the biggest known lake, near Titan’s north pole—then head for the coast, taking various measurements along the way.
The mission would last around six months to a year.Titan’s environment is too cold for life as we know it, but its environment , rich in the building blocks of life, is of great interest to astrobiologists