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Cassini's Titan Photos Stump Scientists

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Cassini's Titan Photos Stump Scientists

Cassini's Titan Photos Stump Scientists

Cassini's Titan Photos Stump Scientists

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We take a trip out to Saturn's moon Titan. The Cassini space probe paid a close call to the moon this week, and sent back some pictures of the mist-covered planet that have scientists puzzled.

Guest:

Linda Spilker, deputy project scientist, Cassini Mission, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory