Titan is the largest moon of the planet Saturn. But at Titan's frigid surface temperatures -- roughly minus 292 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 180 degrees Celsius) -- liquid methane and ethane, rather than water, dominate Titan's hydrocarbon equivalent of Earth's water. It was possible that there were seas of liquid methane on Titan and first suggested after reading Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 information that showed Titan … The existence of oceans or lakes of liquid methane on Saturn's moon Titan was predicted more than 20 years ago. But with a dense haze preventing a closer look it has not been possible to … There's obvious evidence of rivers and tributaries leading from higher elevations down into those lakes, strongly suggesting Titan has something like Earth's water cycle but with methane … An island in the sea is named Mayda Insula. Its status as a sea of hydrocarbons (mainly liquid methane) was identified by radar imagery. Titan, in this sense, would have a methane cycle , similar perhaps to the Earth s water cycle. It is the only moon known in the solar system to have a dense atmosphere and bodies of liquid on its surface. On Titan, the clouds and rain are formed of liquid methane. The larger lakes are known as maria (seas) and the smaller ones as lacūs (lakes).. Titan appears to have lakes of liquid ethane or liquid methane on its surface, as well as rivers and seas, which some scientific models suggest could support hypothetical non-water-based life. Kraken Mare is thought to be larger than the Caspian Sea on Earth. A new study using scans from Cassini’s radar during flybys of Titan between 2007 and 2015 confirms that one of the largest seas on the moon, Ligeia Mare, is mostly liquid methane. [19] [20] [21] It has been speculated that life could exist in the liquid methane and ethane that form rivers and lakes on Titan… In order to confirm their hypothesis of liquid methane formation causing the storms, the … The exact make-up of these liquid reservoirs remained elusive until recently. "The presence of a liquid water layer in Titan is important because we want to understand how methane is stored in Titan… Cassini has identified two forms of methane- and ethane-filled depressions that create distinctive features near Titan… Methane is abundant in Titan's atmosphere, yet researchers believe the methane is unstable, so there must be a supply to maintain its abundance. On Earth, methane is a flammable gas, but Titan has no oxygen in its atmosphere that could support combustion. The poles of Titan are covered in lakes of liquid methane (also discovered and confirmed by Cassini observations). Kraken Mare may be hydrologically connected to the second-largest sea on Titan… The lakes of Titan, a moon of Saturn, are made of liquid methane.The lakes were found by the Cassini-Huygens space probe. The atmosphere of Titan is mostly nitrogen and its surface is composed of water ice, rocks, and rivers, lakes, and seas of liquid methane …