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Conference Papers Year : 2021

Titan: Earth-like on the Outside, Ocean World on the Inside

Shannon Mackenzie
Sam Birch
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Sarah Hörst
Christophe Sotin
Erika Barth
  • Function : Author
Juan Lora
Melissa G. Trainer
  • Function : Author
Paul Corlies
Michael J. Malaska
  • Function : Author
Ella Sciamma-O'Brien
  • Function : Author
Alexander E. Thelen
  • Function : Author
Elizabeth Turtle
Jani Radebaugh
  • Function : Author
Jennifer Hanley
Anezina Solomonidou
Claire Newmann
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Leonardo Regoli
Benoit Seignovert
Alex Hayes
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Baptiste Journaux
Jordan Steckloff
Delphine Nna-Mvondo
Thomas Cornet
Maureen Palmer
Rosaly Lopes
Ralph Lorenz
Conor Nixon
Ellen Czaplinski
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Jason W. Barnes
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Ed Sittler
Andrew Coates


As the organic-rich endmember of the Ocean World spectrum and host of the most Earth-like atmosphere-surface interactions, the exploration of Titan is essential to a successful Ocean Worlds program and the study of terrestrial bodies, atmospheres, and exoplanets. Dragonfly will revolutionize our understanding but global questions will remain.
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Shannon Mackenzie, Sam Birch, Sarah Hörst, Christophe Sotin, Erika Barth, et al.. Titan: Earth-like on the Outside, Ocean World on the Inside. Planetary Science and Astrobiology Decadal Survey 2023-2032 white paper e-id. 124; Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 0000, à renseigner, Unknown Region. ⟨10.3847/25c2cfeb.043eea88⟩. ⟨insu-03590062⟩
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