Saturn's moon Titan

Ice Floats on Saturn’s Moon

A new study by scientists on Nasa’s Cassini mission found that blocks of  ice might decorate the surface of  Titan. Hey wait, this ice is not made up of water but some other chemical called hydrocarbon.

Now the question is if some kind of strange life form might exist that survives on “liquid hydrocarbon”.

There is no other object other than the Earth in our solar system that has stable liquid on its surface.


Scientists are surprised by this discovery because according to their calculations solid hydrocarbons are heavier than liquid hydrocarbons so the ice should not have floated.

So what is actually happening?

The truth is out there !

Kinooze Little Writers Program


What’s popular


We’d love to hear from you!

Could you spare a few seconds to provide valuable feedback on your Kinooze experience?

Click on this link to share your thoughts.






Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *