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The south pole of Titan features an awesome, vast, and disturbing storm:
Like the fervent boiling of an ancient monster, or the first signs of alien incursions into the solar system.
Here's an animation, showing the basic motion:
July 17, 2012 at 16:59 in Gothic as everyday life | Permalink
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