Jupiter moon ‘fanatics’ have stalled missions to Saturn’s moon Titan for many years by pulling favors and petitioning Congress to prioritize the Jupiter CLIPPER mission. Now it is time for a long overdue visit to Titan. NASA has observed methane there, but will the mission find evidence of Titan harboring alien life?
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