Mysterious clouds on Titan have scientists scratching their heads
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Lola Gayle, STEAM Register NASA's Cassini mission is busy gathering as much data as it can during the last year of its stay around Saturn, but it's safe to say that scientists back here on Earth as just as busy. That's because something quite mysterious is going on with Saturn's moon Titan: clouds that are visible…