Observed:  Points: 50

Current Info for Observer

as of 08/05/2020 1:05 p.m.

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General Info

as of 08/05/2020 1:05 p.m.

Constellation None
Right ascension19:58:43.74 (Hours)
Declination-20:54:56.5 (Deg)
Mass0.0225 ⊕
Earth VisibleTrue
Offset (+E/-W)(+S/+N)(+front/-behind)19.18254 3.96859 4.22012 Saturn radii

Titan is Saturn's largest moon. It has a dense atmosphere and surface liquid in the form of liquid methane. Titan is the only body outside of earth that is known to have active hydrology.

☉ Solar Masses ⊕ Earth Masses j Jupiter Masses


Celestron 127eq
50 points

Seen along with Saturn. Small dot off to side. Was very excited, Titan is one of my favorite moons.

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