The North pole of Saturn's moon Titan looks like Utah's Bonneville Salt Flats
Cassini's visual and infrared mapping of the north pole of Titan (Public domain)

Titan's 'Great Salt Lake'? North pole of Saturn moon looks like Utah. (via The Christian Science Monitor)


This false-color mosaic reveals the differences in the composition of surface materials around hydrocarbon lakes at Titan, Saturn's largest moon. The orange areas are thought to be evaporite – the Titan equivalent of salt flats on Earth. Kraken Mare…