Wolverhampton Astronomical Society

Lincoln Astrophysics Team

On 22nd October Dr. Phil Sutton attended the meeting of Wolverhampton Astronomical Society to give a talk about some of the most exciting discoveries made by the Cassini spacecraft. We then enjoyed some excellent questions about some of the potential electrical circuits between Saturn and one of its moons and how you can change the rotation axis of astronomical object. Something we as humans have been able to do by melting the polar ice caps.

Below is an image taken by Cassini of the disappearing land in some one of Titan’s methane lakes.


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