Titan, the largest moon of Saturn, should be the next destination, according to NASA scientist. Janelle Wellons, a NASA engineer, says we need to think about solving Titan in case Earth becomes inhabited. She is lost because of the reasons why we should think about this, one of them is that we will be able to fly with our own hands.
"[Titan] it has a thick atmosphere that can help us protect us from space radiation, "wrote Wellons at Reddit." It's so dense that we can actually attach the wings to our hands and fly on this moon. I do not know, it just looks like a wonderful place to live. "
Titan is the largest moon of Saturn
During Reddit's look, NASA pilots, engineers, and scientists asked questions from the public, and Vellon was part of it. She offered the answers above after a Reddit asked the team if the Earth would no longer be the right place to live, where should humanity think?
The largest moon of Saturn, Titan, is considered by Genel Vellon in response to that question. And it is, no doubt, a more exciting response than the standard Moon or Mars.
"How to think about one of the water worlds in our solar system – Titan," she writes. "Titan is the biggest moon of Saturn, bigger than the Mercury planet, so I think we can solve it with plenty of space," added Janell Vellons.
Despite the harsh weather, Titan should be the next destination, according to NASA's engineer
Although Wellon is enthusiastic about this idea, Titan still has its definite negative sides. In comparison with Earth, it receives only one percent of the sun's light that makes our planet, and freezing minus 292 degrees Celsius is the maximum temperature that can reach the largest moon of Saturn, according to NASA.
However, Wellon does not lose hope. She wrote that although you may think that the conditions are harsh, it's not so bad. Aside from the Earth, the only other place where we can find liquids in the shape of seas and lakes is Titan.
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