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BYU prof shows which way the wind blows on Saturn's largest moon

BYU geologist Jani Radebaugh is part of a team that mapped the vast sand dunes of Titan with four years of radar data collected by the Cassini spacecraft.

The dunes act like weather vanes whose orientation indicate the surface winds blow eastward, opposite the direction suggested by previous global circulation models.

Continue reading the story from NASA.

Writer: Angela Fischer


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